21st Century Learning

Heritage is a Learning Community fostering the goals and skills of the 21st Century in faculty, staff, students, families, and community members.
You are invited to take part in our learning as we share our skills and successes with each other. This year we are focusing on the same goals as the 21st Century Learning & Leading Conference:
  1. To engage colleagues in considering the shape of education in the 21st Century
  2. To contribute to international thinking on future schooling
  3. To develop and share effective classroom practices in the 21st Century
  4. To foster an open and transparent think tank for our school community
  5. To demonstrate a commitment to 21st Century Learning

About Wikis:

  1. You must be a member to edit this site. First, create a wikispaces account, if you are not a member.
  2. Then you must join this site - if you are a teacher, you were sent an invitation to the site. If you didn't get an invitation, simply request to join an d you will be e-mailed.
  3. To edit pages, click on the edit link above to add content to the page. If the Edit button doesn't show, the page may be protected. You can either create a New page - with the button at the top-left, or find a page that allows you to edit.
  4. You can also comment on pages using the discussion link at the top of every page.
  5. There is a Navigation pane to the left with a list of pages corresponding to training or workshops about learning. Simply click to go to the page of your choice.


  1. For meetings, PDPs, or training that are part of our professional development, discussion about the learning, your comments & feedback, will be posted on this wiki. Participants are expected to take part in the discussions by posting comments and sharing their work with others so that everyone benefits. (Now when someone makes a really valuable comment or shares a great technique, but you weren't in that session, you won't miss out - it will be posted here.)

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