The possibilities of 21st century skills 2.0 using systems thinking for new pedagogy
In recent years, especially after the 2011 Great Earthquake of Eastern Japan, the doors of 20 have been prepared by combining abstract jargon of pedagogical concepts, not just lectures in pedagogy textbooks, but project work towards deep learning. From the beginning, they advocated student-led project-based learning to discover structures and patterns, and move to to collaborative learning. Here, humanity is facing more difficulties than expected due to the new coronavirus pandemic which has become a global symbol. In the current context, either being constantly affected by the negative relationship between infectious disease and the economy, or breaking the cycle, finding leverage, concentrating on the autonomous organizations and innovation, it is worth considering. At this point, the research questions are raised to explore the possibility of pedagogy with a focus on 21st century skills 2.0.