The Learning Renaissance

The Brave New World of 21st Century Learning | The Globe and Mail


Why are these changes necessary? Because the skills required in the 21st century, we are told, will be radically different from the ones people needed in the last one. As one powerful Alberta education bureaucrat gushed, “As adults, we must abandon our beliefs in our own experiences for our youth to have flourishing lives. A revolution is occurring – our only choice is whether we lead it or become irrelevant.”

Read more from Margaret Wente: The brave new world of 21st century learning | The Globe and Mail


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