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21st Century Literacies: Home

This subject guide provides access to the Library's key resources covering aspects of literacies essential for the 21st century.

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21st-Century Literacies also known "New Literacies"

Traditional Literacy consisted of reading, writing and arithmetic (3Rs).

21st-Century Literacies consist of 9 skills as indicated below ranging from Information Literacy in the 80s, media Literacy 90s, Digital literacy 20s etc.

there is no common definition for the 21st-Century Literacies yet.

However, According to Ontorio Ministry of Education (2016:5)

Students with the 21st-century competencies will enable them to face complex challenges now and in the future. These competencies - knowledge, skills, and attributes that help children and youth to reach their full potential - are additional to the important foundational skills of literacy and mathematics, and to the core learning in other subjects

etter to lead from behind and to put others in front, especially when you celebrate victory when nice things occur. You take the front line when there is danger. Then people will appreciate your leadership.


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21st century Literacies

The above sourced from  All things learning-WordPress - Educational Literacy for the 21st Century  illustrates the essential 21st Century literacies and fluencies. 

Literacy in its broadest sense is an ever-evolving topic as you will see as you read more:

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