5 Skills for the Global Learner
by Mark Barnes
Mobile devices and social media give students unlimited resources and the opportunity to build an international network of teachers. The ubiquity of websites, applications and hardware create an ocean of tools that students can use to build, maintain, and share knowledge with people internationally, and today’s educators must integrate these skills into their classrooms. One book or website could list thousands of useful tools for 21st-century learning, but many would be obsolete in a short time for one reason or another. Rather than list a few websites or applications, this book presents five skills encompassing an array of resources that help inspire and transform the average learner into a global student:
· Creating and Sharing Digital Information
· Using Social Media
· Digital Publishing
· Building a Personal Learning Network
· Using Aggregators to Create, Maintain, and Share Content
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