Following are six tips to guide you in preparing your students for what they're likely to face in the years and decades to come.
1. Teach Collaboration as a Value and Skill Set
Students of today need new skills for the coming century that will make them ready to collaborate with others on a global level. Whatever they do, we can expect their work to include finding creative solutions to emerging challenges.
2. Evaluate Information Accuracy
3. Teach Tolerance
4. Help Students Learn Through Their Strengths
Children are born with brains that want to learn. They're also born with different strengths -- and they grow best through those strengths. One size does not fit all in assessment and instruction.