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21st Century Mobile Classrooms

Doug Leunig

The New Learning Institute brings next-generation educational experiences to young people wherever they are ready to learn: in schools, community programs, libraries, and museums – even the city streets. We believe that 21st century students need 21st century skills; skills that build on core subject matter and encourage innovative thinking and problem solving, an understanding of systems, facility with information technology and devices, social skills like team building and collaboration, and,

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I love what this org is doing. I think we should rethink the classroom model and start bringing in mentors in addition to educators across various disciplines. Have you seen how GOOD and Skype made it possible to bring TOMS' founder to a classroom? I thought that type of experience was cool for the kids. Sometimes hearing about real life examples can really transform how a kid sees their future: http://www.good.is/link/skype-in-the-classroom