Read **21st Century Learning in Schools – A Case Study of New Technology High School in Napa, CA** by Bob Pearlman.

The above article references the following resources:
The **1992 Scans Report** (Secretary's Commission for Achieving Necessary Skills)
The Partnership for 21st Century Skills
--> see especially the indepth report, Learning for the 21st Century
--> view the Route 21 Video (approx. 10 min.) for an overview "Route 21 Provides Extensive Database on 21st Century Skills-Related Standards, Assessments, Curriculum, Professional Development and Learning Environments"
-->Visit Route 21 to explore available resources
-->In particular, visit Route 21's Snapshots page. Choose a Snapshot in the left Navigation pane and explore that topic by reading and watching any included video clips.
-->The 21st Century Skills report is a great resource.

Have fun exploring additional resources found at Edutopia by the George Lucas Foundation. "Information and Inspiration for Innovative Teaching in K-12 Schools."

Another resource that you might enjoy is the Learning Interchange's 21st Century Learning Collection. "Apple Distinguished Educators are pleased to provide this new collection of example lessons designed to meet 21st Century Skills. Many of these examples also address the new ISTE NETS-S standards and provide replicable examples for engaging today's students."

eSchoolNews has compiled articles into a collection called Creating the 21st-Century Classroom,

Project Based Learning for the 21st Century by the Buck Institute for Education and the related site: Project Based Learning, an excellent online resource to guide teachers through the planning process.

Marc Prensky has written multiple articles on this topic. There's always something interesting to read on his site.

How to Bring Our Schools Out of the 20th Century

“The NETP presents a model of 21st century learning powered by technology, with goals and recommendations in fve essential areas: learning, assessment, teaching, infrastructure, and productivity. The plan also identifes far-reaching 'grand challenge problems' that should be funded and coordinated at a national level” (National Educational Technology Plan 2010, p. vi).