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September 24, 2013

One of the greatest assets of the project-based learning approach is its contribution to building 21st century skills in youth – such as collaboration, time management, and public speaking. The best way to develop these skills is with an intentional focus, which demands that staff be aware of what 21st century skills are and deliberately plan programming to incorporate those skills.

If you’d like to set your staff up for success with 21st century skills, try this Training Starter for a staff development session. The Training Starter provides a framework for a training session and allows you to build out the rest with your own examples, activities, and timing.

Download the Training Starter as a Word document and fill in your ideas to make a ready-to-go training plan!  

 


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