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The 21st century poses a fascinating, yet daunting challenge for educators: how to harness the potential of the infinite abundance brought forth by the Internet. Today's educators are the first generation in history to have access to all accumulated human knowledge. They are now facing a completely new educational paradigm with tools, strategies, and structures that have long been outdated.

Schools need to reinvent themselves to develop a pedagogy and related curriculum for the 21st century. Learning for the Future: Rethinking Schools for the 21st Century explores the main drivers and principles for developing schools in the Internet age. It provides insight, pointers, and examples that allow readers to start the process of rethinking teaching strategies and helping students learn new skills needed to become lifelong learners in the knowledge era.

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