As teachers in the 21st Century, we need to learn 21st Century skills.
There are many electronic resources available to teach us these
skills. These skills are essential for students to learn in order to become
successful technology-based citizens. Teachers who have a better
grasp on how to implement these skills will be better able to boost
their students’ creativity, information fluency, and digital citizenship.
Teachers will be able to access new electronic resources; learn strategies to incorporate more electronic resources into the classroom: help students become fluent users of online resources; understand the importance of the Common Core requirements and knowledge of 21st Century Skill base.
3 In-service credits (45 hours)
- Teacher: Julia Hannibal