By Bernie Trilling, Charles Fadel
This crucial source introduces a framework for twenty first Century studying that maps out the abilities had to live to tell the tale and thrive in a fancy and hooked up international. twenty first Century content material comprises the elemental middle topics of examining, writing, and arithmetic-but additionally emphasizes international expertise, financial/economic literacy, and well-being matters. the talents fall into 3 different types: studying and suggestions abilities; electronic literacy talents; and lifestyles and occupation talents.
This booklet is full of vignettes, foreign examples, and school room samples that support illustrate the framework and supply an exhilarating view of twenty-first century instructing and learning.
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Doing projects on something one cares about comes naturally to all learners—why are learning projects so scarce inside so many classrooms? • Innovation and creativity are so important to the future success of our economy—why do schools spend so little time on developing creativity and innovation skills? As a whole, the Four Question exercise is a quick way for a group to collectively sketch a blueprint of the future of learning. Now, if only we could wave a magic wand and instantly realize the consensus results of these Four Question exercises, schools would be far different places!
The rising demand for a highly skilled workforce also means that there will be a growing income gap between less educated, relatively unskilled workers and highly educated, highly skilled workers. Routine tasks are increasingly being automated, and the routine jobs still done by people barely paid a living wage. 4. 1. Jobs and 21st Century Work. Type of Task Task Description Example Occupations Routine Rules-based Repetitive Procedural Bookkeepers Assembly line workers Manual Environmental adaptability Interpersonal adaptability Truck drivers Security guards Waiters Maids and janitors Complex thinking and communicating Abstract problem solving Mental ﬂexibility Scientists Attorneys Managers Doctors Designers Software programmers Source: Adapted from Autor, 2007.
The need for knowledge workers to create and innovate new products and services that solve real problems and meet the needs of real customers is a major driving force for economic growth and work in the 21st century. Shortages of well-trained workers, especially in the technical areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (the so-called STEM subjects) are a growing concern among business leaders. This demand has led to a brisk global talent trade and to heated controversies over practices such as bringing in skilled foreign workers on special visas and outsourcing work to lower-wage countries such as India and China.
21st Century Skills: Learning for Life in Our Times by Bernie Trilling, Charles Fadel