Promote 21st Century Skills in the Classroom By Dr. M. Gnana Kamali and Dr. E. C Punitha

21st-century learning refers to a shift in education away from the traditional methods of the past to a more Gen-Z learner-centric approach. In this new approach, students learn skills and knowledge they need to succeed in a global economy so they can be prepared for the future. Today’s learning does not rely on memorization or recitation but rather on critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration. Preparing students for the reality of life, rather than simply for testing, is what it is all about. For technology to be effectively integrated into the teaching and learning process at most institutions, both faculty and students need to participate more fully. Learning typically develops within an environment.

Keywords: 21st-century skills, technical skills, digital literacy

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