21st Century Skills

The term 21st century skills refer to a broad set of knowledge, skills and traits that are believed to be critically important to success in today’s world. Educators are debating how many of these skills there are. So here are 7 of these skills that are most commonly brought up.



Creativity means discovering new connections, relations, and possibilities of matching already familiar elements in order to create something new and original. So creativity is essential for the discovery of new solutions for new issues.


Critical Thinking

Critical thinking is the intellectually disciplined process of skillfully conceptualising, applying, analysing and evaluating information gathered from observation, experience, reflection, reasoning, or communication as a guide for understanding and action.


Digital literacy

Digital literacy is the ability to navigate our digital world using reading, writing, technical skills, and critical thinking. For example, understanding how to use web browsers, email, applications like Microsoft Word, Photoshop and many other things introduced to us in the digital age



Communication is essential for people to be able to work together and cooperate. Today, there are a lot more ways to communicate with each other. So the ability to be able to use all of these different ways in the most efficient and best way possible is a very important skill.



The sharing of ideas and knowledge, teamwork and combining each other’s abilities to achieve an end goal is critical in today’s world because people can communicate better than ever. Because of the number of skills there are, utilising all these skills and helping each other is much better and faster. That’s why collaboration is the best way people can achieve great things.



21st-century leadership is how leaders adopt a modern mindset so that they’re equipped to deal with the unique challenges of the 21st century. This is related to leadership behaviour, skills, and qualities.



Flexibility is the Skill that focuses on the ability to adapt to new situations, improvise, and shift strategies to meet different types of challenges.