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21st Century Learning

     To succeed in the 21st Century, students have to learn how to be creative problem solvers who can work in collaborative groups. These new world students must have the ability to think critically, use technoogy efficiently, and communicate effectively. This means teachers have to seriously rethink what is taught (Witssett 2007).

     Therefore, M.O.S.T.S., goals towards reaching the 21st Century learners include understanding both the digital native and the digital brain.

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