95 LB3051 Greenstein, an experienced educator and school leader, explains strategies teachers can use to assess twenty-first century thinking skills (critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, and metacognition), actions for success (communication, collaboration, and digital and technological literacy), and living skills (citizenship, global understanding, leadership, and college and career readiness).
What does XXI stand for?
XXI stands for Twenty-First Century
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TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY KIDS, TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY LIBRARIANS.
The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century.
As ideas relating to the twenty-first century city emerge, with regeneration and urban stitching offering more appropriate strategies than those proposing a tabula rasa, does a masterplanned, purpose built, remote Expo site hold any relevance as a model for sustainable development?
Librarians entering the special collections field in the twenty-first century must understand that their job will require lots of "people skills.
We can make a difference in our profession and our art as we move forward into the twenty-first century.
It's difficult to say how artists in the twenty-first century will choose to work.
In witnessing to that truth, in charity, we may hope to rebuild the moral foundations of the house of freedom--to persuade the political world of the twenty-first century that the future of freedom requires reclaiming and renewing the idea of freedom as a matter of having the right to do what we ought to do.