Introduction to 21st Century Learning Design Curriculum

2:30 - 3:15 PM

The 21CLD curriculum is based on rubrics, which have been developed and tested internationally for the Innovative Teaching and Learning (ITL) Research project. These rubrics help educators identify and understand the opportunities that learning activities give students to build 21st century skills. A learning activity is any task that students do as part of their school-related work. It can be an exercise that students complete in one class period or an extended project that takes place both in and outside of school. The 21CLD rubrics incorporate a research-based methodology for coding learning activities to ensure you are embedding 21st century skills in your teaching practices.

The 21CLD curriculum describes six rubrics of 21st century learning, each of which represents an important skill for students to develop. These are:
Collaboration, Skilled communication,Knowledge construction, Self-regulation, Real-world problem-solving and innovation, Use of ICT for learning

 

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