This paper looks at learning in the 21st century and the new challenges and opportunities it presents.
New technologies are breaking down classroom walls and creating global virtual classrooms. As technology improves and new discoveries are made, our students will have unprecedented access to information and they will be judged by how they use what they know.
Students starting school this year will probably be working until the 2070s. We know that the rate of change in technology and in society is so fast that if we are going to prepare young people to live, work and be successful in the 21st century, they will need the ability to think both creatively and critically, problem solve and work collaboratively.