The Program for International Student Assessment recently published the latest international rankings of student performance. Learn more by viewing the brief video below and the reading the full results here. This is timely as we think about getting specific and practical when it comes to 21st century learning. Note that this assessment focuses upon the […]
Monthly Archives: December 2010
What do students need to know, value, and be able to do in order to survive and thrive in a 21st century world? As you reflect upon that question as an individual educator or as a school, consider the answers that a number of individuals have proposed. Below is a presentation that I recently shared […]
What is 21st century learning anyway? It depends upon who you ask. However, in the most general terms, 21st century Lutheran education is anything that is devoted to equipping students for faith, life, and learning in a 21st century world. With this said, it is sometimes helpful to divide 21st century Lutheran education into three […]
This blog is dedicated to sparking your thought and interest in excellence and innovation in 21st Century Lutheran Education (not to mention the 21CLE conference). We will also use this as yet one more place to keep you posted about 21CLE conference-related events.