Archive for the ‘college and career readiness’ Category

Generation Z will face a different career landscape. How do schools prepare students for the skills of creativity and openness to approach problem-solving in a world dominated by technology? This publication proposes cross-curricular activities as one way to approach more effective student training. This approach has deep roots in a project-based curriculum of middle schools, spanning different areas of the curriculum. Read more at


Teach students this for their career readiness. Find the piece at

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Important for educators




The shortlist:

  • Video conferencing
  • Interactive whiteboards
  • Next-generation projectors
  • Workspace innovations
  • Social platforms for business
  • Machine learning tools
  • Crowdsourcing tools
  • Driving new opportunities




One model is the 6Cs and you can read more at What are the 6Cs and why are they important? at

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