Ten years ago, NEA helped establish the Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21) and interviewed leaders of all kinds to determine which of the 21st century skills were the most important for K-12 education. There was near unanimity that four specific skills were the most important. They became known as the “Four Cs.” In this session, you will reflect and discuss the 4Cs by engaging in these skill sets yourself!

Learning Outcomes

After this session, Cardinal Gibbons staff will be able to:
  • Interpret and understand the 4Cs - critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity.
  • Identify resources to promote the 4Cs and mastery with your students
  • Reflect and discuss the integration of creativity into technology-enabled learning activities

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