SUPPORTING LIFELONG LEARNING THROUGH DEVELOPMENT OF 21 ST CENTURY SKILLS

Abstract : The new technology developments that are emerging on the market at a growing speed demand young people to quickly recognize the importance of lifelong learning. Re-skilling and updating competencies will be required in the near future, thus enabling learners of all ages to adapt to new expectations in the 21 st century workplace and life. Therefore, education should prepare learners for lifelong learning through development of 21 st century skills such as digital literacy, communication, collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving, decision making and creativity. This paper explores some 21 st century skills frameworks that have analysed and identified important skills that would support lifelong learning. Various pedagogies such as Problem-Based Learning, Flipped Classroom, Serious Games, Self-Directed Learning, Computer Supported Collaborative Learning and Personalised Learning that contribute to the development and mastery of 21 st century competencies and skills are discussed and compared.
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Nour El Mawas, Cristina Muntean. SUPPORTING LIFELONG LEARNING THROUGH DEVELOPMENT OF 21 ST CENTURY SKILLS. 10th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Jul 2018, Palma de Mallorca, Spain. ⟨hal-02250150⟩

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