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Collaboration versus Competition for Fostering Student Learning

Aug 22, 2021 3:38:46 PM / by Louise El Yaafouri posted in Student Leadership, Vocabulary, 21st Century Skills

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21st Century Skills are Non-negotiable for Today's Students: Why All Teachers Must Play a Role in Preparing Kids for Tomorrow

Mar 24, 2021 11:10:08 AM / by EdCuration Staff Writer posted in Student Leadership, College & Career Readiness

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Learning Beyond the Classroom

Feb 10, 2021 12:25:10 PM / by EdCuration Staff Writer posted in Student Leadership, Secondary Education, College & Career Readiness

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When it comes to addressing 21st-century skills such as problem solving, decision making, and collaboration, students have been challenged by the virtual and hybrid learning environments. We know that students develop a broader skill set when engaging in real-world challenges. How to provide outside experiences that foster engagement and interest is the goal as we create a learning environment that enriches students’ development and skills.

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College & Career Readiness: Prepare Students in a New Era

Jan 27, 2021 3:02:38 PM / by EdCuration Staff Writer posted in Student Leadership, College & Career Readiness

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Right now, high school students are standing on the precipice of what’s next for them, whether it is college or immediately entering the workforce. However, it is not always easy to prepare for the next essential steps in the face of standing down basics such as final grades and graduation. 

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Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Begins in the Classroom

Dec 30, 2020 12:04:20 PM / by EdCuration Staff Writer posted in Student Leadership, Secondary Education

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The role of school is not purely academic learning—educators are focused on the whole child, or the idea of the academic and social-emotional needs of students. Research shows that a traditional academic model alone doesn’t prepare students for success in the information age. Embedding 21st-century skills as part of any curriculum helps prepare students for a modern world and workforce. Ranging from the ability to collaborate with others, to critical thinking, to creativity, 21st-century skills prepare students for a world where the jobs they will likely hold don’t yet exist or will drastically change with technological advances.

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