Monday, April 30, 2012

Working 21st century Skills Definition

A Working 21st Century Skills Definition

The relationship between curriculum and instruction is obviously a very close one. Curriculum is essentially a design, or roadmap for learning, and as such focuses on knowledge and skills that are judged important to learn. Instruction is the means by which that learning will be achieved. To meet the needs of the 21st century learner and achieve the student outcomes described in its Framework, the Partnership calls on schools

To integrate a 21st century curriculum that blends thinking and innovation skills; information, media, and ICT literacy; and life and career skills in context of core academic subjects and across interdisciplinary themes. To employ methods of 21st century instruction that integrates innovative and research-proven teaching strategies, modern learning technologies, and real world resources and contexts.

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