This page shows how Ruby Payne strategies can be tied in with 21st century skills.


21st Century Skills

Ruby Payne Strategies
(Learning Structures book)


Evidence of strategies in our classrooms
Analytical Thinking
-Identifying similarities and differences
-Using cues, questions, and advance organizers
-Planning
-Classifying
-Prioritizing
Cause and Effect p. 61
Word Dangle p. 30-31
Teacher Objective Questions p. 66
Flip Books

Sorting Strategies p. 54-59
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Problem Solving
-Defining the problem and its variables
-Generating and testing hypothses and predictions
-summarizing and note taking
-Determining relationships (cause/effect, correlation)
-Making decisions
Cause and Effect p. 61
Word Dangle p. 30-31
Flip Books
Summarizing
Problem Solving Process p. 43


Finding and Evaluating Information
-Recognizing need for more information
-Developing a strategy to find information
-Using multiple sources of information
-Determining credibility, reliability, accuracy and relevance
Reading Strategy p. 48-49
Cause and Effect p. 61
Flip Books
Word Dangle p. 30-31


Creating and Innovating
-Originality and inventiveness in work
-Developing, implementing and communicating new ideas
-Being open and responsive to diverse perspectives
-Acting on creative ideas
Flip Books
Word Dangle p. 30-31


Communicating
-Conveying ideas graphically
-Reading with understanding and in writing
-Speaking so others understand
-Listening actively
-Observing critically

Word Dangle p. 30-31
Flip Book
Question Making p.63-65
Question Stems p. 66-68


Collaborating
-Learning cooperatively
-Valuing contributions of others
-Negotiating and resolving conflict
-Guiding others
-Working together as a team

Cause and Effect p. 61
Flip Books
Word Dangle p. 30-31
Question Making p. 63-65
Question Stems p. 66-68


Vocabulary Development

Word Dangle p. 30-31
Picture It p. 32
Vocabulary Word Map p. 37