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Education in the 21st Century Comparing the learning skills required in this century with what was required many years ago will reveal new and different abilities. The economy will be in jeopardy if students are not educated in current 21st century skills. We shouldn’t’ be in the same place we were five 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. We need to focus on what we really need to focus on which are critical thinking skills, and how to ask questions that require answers from several resources.
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Instead of teaching content to our students, we need to teach them how to locate relevant, accurate 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. This is not only to be done in the classroom, but across the globe. We don’t know what the future careers will be. Where they will be or their job descriptions is still unknown to us. But what we know is that 21st century skills will require the student to be a critical thinker, problem solver, and have global awareness. Each day in school, students should be using skills in class that help them in understanding the changing technology environment like social networking and contribution to the development of intellectual texts. In this adapting, changing world, students should be engaged. There should be reality in what we do. Today, using a math app, a student can solve a math problem in 2 seconds. It is even simple to make an essay using Google, and they can text their friends in the next class when you assigned them to do. As educators, we should begin to understand this concept. Solving biggest problems with the use of this knowledge is what we should be concerned about. 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. The things he needs to do is to research for relevant information about the problem and determine their credibility. Next is the writing of the script and its editing. Choosing appropriate images is next. Here you implement reading, writing, and research standards, and the last one that is difficult to reach is oral presentation. Refocusing our priorities as educators by teaching our students that which will prepare them for the future is our priority.