March 2, 2016
How do you provide 21st century skills to your students?
How do diversity, global education, and social studies for kids fit into your teaching strategies?
With demands on teachers to teach to the tests, it’s no wonder that nearly 20,000 educators out there are searching for Common Core worksheets to use in their classrooms each and every month.
But are your Common Core worksheets really guiding students in building 21st century skills?
Are they covering critical 21st century topics like multicultural education, cultural diversity, and fostering global citizens?
We all know that contributing successfully to society requires much more than simply learning math and English. We must also learn citizenship—and how to be a citizen of the world.
But what does world citizenship look like and how do you bring that down to the Common Core worksheet level so your students are actively learning and excited about the world around them?
Start first with the definition of citizenship.
Our definition of citizenship is the rights and responsibilities we each have within a community.
You can use the Common Core worksheet below to guide your students in synthesizing the definition of citizenship. Click here to download a free copy!
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