Reflection Tool For 21st Century Learning

Supporting college and career readiness by fostering soft skills—sometimes called essential skills, is an important area of student-centered work. Working with the staff and students at C-Town Tech, a new information technology program at Charlestown High School, located in Boston, the Students at the Center Hub team developed the Reflection Tool For 21st Century Learning to support deeper learning and computational thinking in C-Town Tech’s college-level computer science coursework. Based on feedback from an associate professor from Bunker Hill Community College partnering with C-Town Tech, the tool defines and scaffolds essential skills (based on the AP Computer Science Principles) for both students and educators, in easy-to-understand language with opportunity for reflection and growth.

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