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The 21st Century Skills, Education and I
“21st Century Skills” refers to a growing global movement to redefine the goals of education, to alter how learning which is being practiced each day, and to expand the range of measures in student achievement, all in order to meet the new demands of the 21st Century. This is one of the ways to prepare students for the jobs that have not yet been created, for the new products that have not yet been invented, and for the new skills to build towards creativity and innovation.

Teachers of 21st Century Skills should learn the traditional methods of teaching and bring into the classroom new and innovating approaches to teach the content and lifelong skills because it is important to utilize a variety of techniques for the children to build their own understanding through real world applications and interactions with their peers in group activities.

Integration of skills such as critical thinking, problem solving and communication into the teaching of core academic subjects such as English, reading or language arts, world languages, arts, mathematics, economics, science, geography, history, government, and civics are the following states build on educational plans and projects to improve and support education to 21st Century skills. Through this kind of integration students will be given an opportunity to express themselves and think outside of the box while demonstrating their talents.

The 21st Century Skills is very important for me as a student it will serve as a bridge to authentic, intellectually challenging work in learning. These skills will help me to develop more linguistic, social, cognitive, and academic areas which can help me in my future career. Having good communication skills will bring me to learn lifelong skills in meaningful, authentic ways in spite of challenges. In developing also the social skills will help me to discover new things and gain knowledge with my peers. Higher order thinking skills...
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