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21st Century Skills

21st Century Skills This site, from the Metiri Group and NCREL, provides both a look at and activities for these four major categories of 21st Century Skills: Digital Age Literacies, Inventive Thinking, Effective Communication, and High Productivity. Each skill is further sub-divided and many
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21st Century Skills


This site, from the Metiri Group and NCREL, provides both a look at and activities for these four major categories of 21st Century Skills: Digital Age Literacies, Inventive Thinking, Effective Communication, and High Productivity. Each skill is further sub-divided and many subdivisions offer activities (such as researching a topic via two or more databases to ascertain the validity of information) which will help students master these essential skills necessary for their future as lifelong learners.

Metiri Group and NCREL


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Janie McNichols

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