Guide to 21st Century Education There are new and different abilities required is a student is to acquire learning skills today, compared to what was required more than ten years ago. If students are not educated in current 21st century skills, then the economy will be in jeopardy. We should not be doing the same things we were doing ten years ago. In this age when students are already instant messaging, we should no longer be teaching how to email properly. Adapting 21st century skills knowledge to a changing world is what we ought to be doing. The world is changing and we need to adapt 21st century skills knowledge to this changing world. The important skills that must be taught in schools today are critical thinking skills, and how to ask questions that require answers from several resources.
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We should teach how to locate relevant accurate content instead of teaching content. We should not simply be creating groups in our class just for checking off on our teachers’ evaluation that you did it.
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The creation of groups is to teach students how to collaborate with others. Collaboration can be applied globally and not just in the classroom. The future careers are still unknown to us. We as yet do not know where they will be and what their job descriptions would be. What we know now is that 21st century skills should make a student into a critical thinker, a problem solvers, and one that has global awareness. The skills that students should be using every day in class are those that help them in understanding the changing technology environment like social networking and contribution to the development of intellectual texts. We should engage our students in this adapting changing world. We should be real. Our students can solve a math problem from a math app in 2 seconds. In 5 minutes time, they can create a new essay from Google, and inform their friends in the next class the assignment you gave in the first period through text. Understanding this concept is our job as educators. This knowledge we have not should be used to solve bigger problems. If you ask a student to present their findings on a real world problem using class oral presentation skills then this cannot be easily found in YouTube. If this will be the basis to assess the student – his analysis of a concept – there are many skills he needs to use to prepare for this presentation. He has to locate relevant information which he should determine as credible or not. The he writes and edits the script. And he has to choose appropriate images. You implement reading, writing, and research standards and one that is difficult reaching, which is oral presentation. The priority of educators then is to teach that will prepare them for the future.