Volume 9, Issue 2 (2011) Northwest Passage: Journal of Educational Practices

21st Century Learning in Teacher Education

The articles in this issue of The Northwest Passage present a variety of perspective on 21st century learning in teacher education. We see several examples of how 21st century learning is practiced in elementary and secondary schools, several studies that incorporate elements of 21st century learning in teacher preparation programs from Canada and the United States, discussions of key topics such as cyberbullying, cultural sensitivity, and reflection, and balanced assessment approaches, to name but a few.



A Model for Professional Development in Elementary Science
David Davison, Kenneth Miller, and Michael Scarlet