The 5 Main Fluencies of The 21st Century Learning

Today I want to share with you this awesome read I came across in Global Citizen Education. The article is entitled ” 21st Century Fluencies” and is basically based on Crockett et al.’s book Literacy is Not Enough. The main argument in this paper is that 21st century fluencies are process skills that students need in order to thrive in a rapidly changing world. These process skills include things such critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, and innovation to mention but a few. “The 21st century fluencies”, as the authors of this work state, “are not about hardware, they are about headware and heartware”.


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