eSchool News has published an excellent resource called 21st Century Learning that offers both new stories and reprints of ones that are still relevant. When you dig in to it you’ll find:

We’re living in the 21st century, so by definition every classroom must be a 21st century learning environment, right? Wrong. Just as educators were often accused of teaching with 19th-century methods in the 20th century, many are still not changing with the times. For some schools, the biggest challenge is understanding the true nature of 21st-century learning. Once this transformational concept is embraced, technology becomes a means to help boost achievement across the board.” Story continues here…