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Newsletter December 2015: Twenty first century learning

Teenagers in a classroom

On Monday 7 December our Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull launched the National Innovation and Science Agenda, saying “…we are going to focus on talent and skills, training our students for the jobs of the future”.
Experts around the world agree that it is vital to prepare students for the jobs of the future. This requires strong foundation skills in literacy and numeracy, as well as 21st century skills.
These skills include critical thinking, collaboration, problem solving and creativity. These are the skills our students need to thrive in the 21st century.
Our latest case study focusses on collaborative problem solving – an essential 21st century skill.