21st Century Skills
Moving beyond academics in the portrait of a graduate, 21st century skills help kids form a more comprehensive world view and lead, not follow. Through cultivating skills such as the ability to take initiative, solve problems, and remaining flexible, teachers will show students how to be a caring and thoughtful leader, rather than an overbearing, untrusting micromanager. In today’s business world, value is placed on the ability to lead in a manner that is respectful toward others and promotes an environment in which everyone can learn–even the boss.
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