21st century skills : rethinking how students learn / [James Bellanca, Ron Brandt, editors].Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Leading edge (Bloomington, Ind.)Publication details: Bloomington, IN : Solution Tree Press, c2010. Description: xxxi, 375 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9781935249900; 1935249908Other title: Twenty-first century skillsSubject(s): Learning ability | Learning strategiesDDC classification: 370.1523 LOC classification: LB1134 | .A18 2010Online resources: WorldCat details
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
TOC Foreword: 21st century skills: why they matter, what they are, and how we get there -- Five minds for the future -- New policies for 21st century demands: Linda Darling-Hammond, interviewed -- Comparing frameworks for 21st century skills -- The role of professional learning communities in advancing 21st century skills -- The Singapore vision: teach less, learn more -- Designing new learning environments to support 21st century skills -- An implementation framework to support 21st century skills -- Problem-based learning: the foundation for 21st century skills -- Cooperative learning and conflict resolution: essential 21st century skills -- Preparing students for mastery of 21st century skills -- Innovation through technology -- Technology rich, information poor -- Navigating social networks as learning tools -- A framework for assessing 21st century skills -- Afterword: leadership, change, and beyond the 21st century skills agenda.