Today, it is essential that all our learners, adults and children alike, have a wide range of skills that develop the ability to function within a rapidly changing society
- skills far beyond those that were needed in the 20th Century.
We need to move our thinking beyond our primary focus on traditional literacy to an additional set of 21st century fluencies that reflect the times we live. in.
We don’t just browse, click, chat and game, we INVENT, we DESIGN, we CREATE, we BUILD,  we SHARE.‚Äč
The digital revolution is transforming marketing, entertainment and technology everywhere.  
The boundaries between media and advertising,  content and products,  creator and producer,  audience and critic are dissolving.