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Updated by Tiffany Renae Reynolds on Feb 01, 2015
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21st Century Literacy

Ranking 1-10 on how 21st century learners learn and how to teach students of the 21st Century.
21st Century Learning Matters

"21st Century Learning Matters" - This video is about how education has shifted from the traditional industrial model to a more technologically advanced model. "We are preparing our students for a world that does not yet exist." Teachers now have to step outside of tradition and learn to implement the new concepts that are essential to surviving years from now in what may become a digital world.

21st Century Literacy

Being literate in the 21st is no longer just being able to ?read and write". You must also be able to communicate in a digital world.

Engage Me!

Students explain what makes them a 21st century learner through the use of cue cards. Because they are 21st Century learners they need to be engaged in a way that interest them. They want to have input in their learning.

21st Century Skills: What Do We Do?

If the education system does not change, our students will not be prepared for the world they will be a part of. We must prepare out students with the needed skills to operate in a digital society.

Rethinking Learning: The 21st Century Learner | MacArthur Foundation

In order to thrive in the 21st century we must rethink the idea of what learning is and how learning takes place. It's crucial that we teach our students to be creative in finding their own solution instead of closing them into a box.

A Vision of Students Today

This video quickly gives insight on the frustrations of students in the 21st Century! They are frustrated that very little of what they are learning is related to their lives now or their lives in the future.

Teaching the 21st Century Learner

This short video use picture to show how life has changed since the 19th Century. It calls for a change in education as well.

A Vision of K-12 Students Today

This video uses children from younger grades to express their hobbies and interest. By knowing how much time these student devote to things outside of school and throughout the day, district leaders and educators can become aware of the educational needs of the students. We should find ways to connect their hobbies and interest to their learning,

Pay Attention

This video urges educator to pay attention to how their students' learn and what they need in order to succeed in and out of the classroom because they are digital learner.