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Shifting Focus from the 4Cs to the 6Cs for Meaningful '21st Century' Skills Development: Why? What? How?

May 22, 20189:00am PDT1 hour

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Whether you are for or against the 21st century skills discourse, these skills still remain a problem for many educators and schools today. So what do these skills look like in your context? Are your students explicitly aware of these skills? Can they objectively detect them? Can you track the practice of such skills? Are they being optionally or explicitly developed or are they add-ons? Are you operating with valid measurements and assessments? Do you have a road map for long term and deepening progression? Are you building educator capacity to impact student competency development?

Blending curriculum development and professional development, and with the intent to tackle these difficult questions, supported by a carefully designed and tailored Atlas platform, Sarah shares how shifting focus from the 4Cs to the 6Cs, Context, Competencies, Curriculum, Capacities, Communities and Coaching, is key for meaningful and effective '21st Century' skills development. CLIP is on a learning journey to create effective and sustainable conditions for teacher professional learning and capacity building, with manageable outcomes for teachers in practice, purposing to impact student cognitive and non-cognitive competency development to improve student learning outcomes.

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Sarah Plews currently heads up the PK-12 Professional Development for Learning at CLIP – Oporto International School. She has over two decades of experience working in intercultural and international environments, largely in Japan, UK, and Portugal. Trained in International Educational Senior Leadership and Management, and as a CIS International Accreditation Evaluator, Sarah continues her passionate lead learner journey to create conditions for effective professional learning to impact student learning. She regularly shares at international conferences, focusing on curriculum development, impactful leadership and effective professional learning approaches for improving student learning. Originally from England, Sarah lives with her family in Portugal.

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