Helping Young Children Build 21st-Century Skills

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Helping Young Children Build 21st-Century Skills | Getting Smart

The development of 21st-century skills begins early-we would argue as early as 18 months old. Which is why the Partnership for 21st Century Learning (P21) advocates for the integration of 21st-century skills (anchored in the 4Cs: critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creativity) in early learning experiences for young children in order to build the skills they need not only when entering school, but also in life.

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