Wired! Trends, Networks, and Critical Thinking Skills in the 21st Century
This book leads learners to an understanding of the global community to become more increasingly concerned with these major global issues and cultivate in them a sense of commitment to become socially responsive and responsible individuals.
Author/s: Renato T. Dela Cruz and Ronel P. Dela Cruz, Ph.D; Project Director: Elineth Elizabeth L. Suarez, Ed.D
Level/s: Senior High
Divided into seven learning units, the book critically presents global issues, trends, local and global networks, democratic participation, information and communication technologies that are comprehensible through activities and assessments that challenge learners to become more socially and critically aware, socially concerned, and socially committed.
T he authors hope that this textbook can help the learners appreciate their own uniqueness and individuality as digital citizens of the global village.
The book comes with a Teachers Wraparound Edition (TWE) that contains the Learning Guide, Curriculum Map, and other Teacher Resources set in QR codes.
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