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For college educators

Equip students with the critical skills they need to succeed in the 21st century.

Fee: $549; Group of 3 or more, $439 each
Dates: June 7–July 23, 2021

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Teaching 21st-Century Skills in College Courses

This course provides college educators and administrators with a strong foundation in the theory, research and practical applications of crucial 21st-century skills. You’ll also examine skills frameworks, critiques of these frameworks, instructional design principles and the science behind each of the four skills. At the conclusion of the course, you will be able to demonstrate:

  • An in-depth understanding of 21st-century skills frameworks
  • A deeper understanding of the research behind communication, teamwork, critical thinking, and self-regulated learning
  • An understanding of how these four soft skills should be conceptualized and taught in your own discipline
  • How to incorporate best practices for teaching these skills in your curriculum

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