Building 21st Century Skills: Learning How to Learn

The full range of 21st century skills sources required for a deep understanding of the contemporary concept of learning how to learn

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1. Best Books

2. Personal Characteristics of Learners

2.1. Habits of Mind

2.2. Dispositions

2.3. Learning Styles

2.4. Multiple Intelligences

2.5. Knowldge Building Environments: Loertscher/Koechlin

3. Learning Skills

3.1. Information Literacy: The Research Process

3.2. Critical Thinking

3.3. Creative Thinking

3.4. Problem Solving

3.5. Threshold Concepts

3.6. Collaborative Intelligence

3.7. ICT Literacy / Digital Literacy

3.8. Visual Literacy

3.9. Media Literacy

3.10. Reading Skills

3.11. Writing Skills

3.12. Listening Skills

3.13. Speaking

4. K-12 Organizations

4.1. AASL

4.2. ISTE NETS

4.3. P21

4.4. Common Core Standards

4.5. 21st Century Fluency Project

4.6. U.S. National Technology Plan

4.7. Ontario, Canada Standards

5. Knowledge Building Skills by Discipline and Theme

5.1. Science

5.2. Social Science

5.3. Arts

5.4. Language Arts

5.5. Mathematics

5.6. Global Awareness

5.7. Financial, Economic, Business, and Entrepreneurial Literacy

5.8. Civic Literacy

5.9. Health Literacy

5.10. Environmental Literacy

6. Integrative Strategies That Boost Content Understanding

6.1. UBD

6.2. Think Models: Loertscher/Koechlin/Zwaan

6.3. The Big Think (Loertscher/Koechlin)

6.4. Active Inquiry

6.5. Flip the Skills, e.g., Learning to Read - Reading to Learn

6.6. Collaborative Teaching

7. Assessment of Learning Skills

7.1. Paper/Pencil Tests

7.2. Problem Solving

7.3. Self-Assessment

7.4. Collaboratively Built Rubrics

7.5. Demonstration

7.6. Mentoring Others

7.7. Evidence of Transfer

7.8. Observation Over Time

7.9. Metacognition

8. Principal Resources About Learning to Learn

8.1. Best Articles

8.2. Best Multimedia

8.2.1. New node

8.3. Professional Development Opportunities

8.4. Most Respected PLNs