Wagner talks about 7 survival skills all students should learn. I think these are great skills for not only students to learn but also adults. I think teachers should spend some time to incorporate each one of these skills into lesson plans. For example, math students may think critically about the costs of going to college. Students create a plan that estimates the cost of going to college and then come up with a plan for paying for college. Students in any class can use social media such as twitter or Facebook to create online study groups. They can network on the internet and ask each other questions and help each other out in a space outside of the school. Students in P.E. can learn about being agile and adaptable in various athletic activities. They can learn to take on different roles when they play various sports. In science students can invent new products and come up with a plan for selling it to a wide audience. This way they would learn about taking initiative and being an entrepreneur. In language classes student practice oral presentation in order to become better communicators. Students sometimes don't realize how important its going to be in their lives to be good communicators and we as teachers should provide as many opportunities for them to get better presenters. In psychology students can learn to access various studies, analyze the results, and then come up with their own conclusions. In art classes students can be use their curiosity and imagination to create art pieces on a variety of subjects that they enjoy. These are some of the ways we can teach students these seven survival skills.