|Call for article proposals: Educator's Voice, Vol. VIII: Critical thinking and problem-solving for the 21st century learner
from Educator's Voice
Proposal submission deadline: June 9, 2014
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The 21st century continues to pose new challenges for today's students who are graduating into a world of unprecedented change. In a society that is moving rapidly, driven by global communications, with a workplace that changes regularly, our future citizens have to be prepared beyond the three R's. Success in the 21st century requires multiple forms of literacy and communication, critical and creative thinking and problem-solving.
This theme is designed to investigate ways in which learning that is authentic, collaborative and hands-on can capture the essence of real world tasks and prepare students for a global society defined by fast communications, ongoing change and increasing diversity.
Examples of topic areas include:
• STEM Education
• Critical Thinking
• Inquiry-Based Learning
• Career and Technical Education
• Problem- or Project-Based Learning
• Teaching Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving with Special Populations
• Multiple Literacies (civic, environmental, global awareness)
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