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21 st Century Skills for Hawaiians. Kylie Lum, Elijah Aiona, Ka'i Dudoit. #1 RESPONSIBLE GLOBAL STEWARDS. As good citizens of the world, we must respect other people and cultures (despite differences), and the environment. #2 CRITICAL THINKER.

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21 st Century Skills for Hawaiians

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21st Century Skills for Hawaiians

Kylie Lum, Elijah Aiona, Ka'i Dudoit


#1 RESPONSIBLE GLOBAL STEWARDS

As good citizens of the world, we must respect other people and cultures (despite differences), and the environment.


#2 CRITICAL THINKER

In a fast-paced world, we must work to satisfy the needs of ourselves, others, our community, and the environment.


#3: CREATIVE EXPRESSION

We will learn how to creatively communicate our feelings and ideas to others.


#4: LITERACY

 We must acquire and practice literacy skills that help us understand life and its purpose.


#5: SERVANT LEADERSHIP/EMPATHY

As important as it is to lead, we must also serve the people we are leading to be a good leader.


#6: TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITY

It is important to keep updated with the latest technology to help us solve problems (as an individual and as a society).


7#: STEWARDS OF HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

We need to perpetuate Hawaiian culture and Hawaiian language by incorporating it into our everyday lives.


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