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Mater Christi Learning Commons: Approaches to Learning

Resources, research support and skill development


It has often been said that most of the jobs that today’s children will take have not been invented yet and that most of children in school today will have at least 5 different careers in their lifetime and will need to be able to re-invent themselves for each career change. It is also predicted that 95% of jobs in the future will involve information processing through an electronic interface of some kind.

Strong ATL skills will make the difference between students who will sink or swim in this environment.