What 3 schools are doing to embrace 21st-century learning

02/5/2011 | Educational Leadership

There is a growing need for students to be able to think critically and creatively -- hallmarks of 21st-century learning. This article highlights three high schools that are meeting those challenges through one-to-one computing, access to technology tools and the teaching of digital literacy. The authors write that successful schools give students the freedom to explore technology and learning on their own, while continuing to meet state standards.

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