The 7Cs of 21st-Century Teaching and Learning (From 4Cs to 7Cs) (2023)

Before scrolling down, imagine for a moment, what will the world be like 20 years or so from now? What kind of jobs will the students you are teaching now be doing? Think about what life was like 20 years ago and all the changes you have seen happen. Then imagine what will happen in the next 20 years.

The future of work needs the 7Cs

A few years ago, a student told me in a career counseling session that he would like to become an E-sports player in the future. I was intrigued by this back then: a “new” career option he was passionately telling me a lot of interesting ideas about this career goal. It is fascinating to see the abundant new career opportunities in the 21st century booming beyond our imagination.

To give you an idea, the following jobs have emerged only since the year 2000: social media manager, digital content creator, UX designer, cyber security consultant, and many more. Together with the growth of slash career and attaining entrepreneurship is becoming increasingly easier, the working culture in the 21st century is quickly evolving and definitely very different from the past.

By one popular estimation, 65% of our children entering primary school today will ultimately end up with completely new job types that don’t even exist yet. To think a bit more, a baby born today will be in his/her 30s in 2050. If all goes well, the baby will still be around in 2100 and might be an active citizen of the 22nd century. These facts remind me of the famous quote from John Dewey, who is an influential philosopher and educational reformer:

“If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow.”

Being educators in this century, how do we best prepare our young people for a future of work that doesn’t exist yet, careers that have not yet been invented, and a world of unprecedented transformations and radical uncertainties? How can we teach the skills that are needed to enable them to navigate and flourish in the world of 2030, 2050, or of the 22nd century as responsible citizens living a fulfilling life? Are you pondering similar questions? I guarantee that you are not alone to look for the answers to these big questions! Let’s discover the 7Cs in education to bring you onto the right path.

From 4Cs to 7Cs

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The 21st-century skills movement emerged at the beginning of this century. Since 2002, the Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21) has been the leading advocacy organization in the United States focused on infusing 21st-century skills into education. The famous 4Cs framework developed by the P21, may not be novel to you nowadays, is a pioneer to call for education that develops critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity to prepare young people for citizenship and the workforce in the global society. This movement has been transforming school curricula around the world aiming to develop young people’s strong mastery of content knowledge, as well as the acquisition of a variety of soft skills.

The changes of the world didn’t stop in 2002, so do the skills that we need. The 4Cs framework is soon expanded into the 7Cs to address the fundamental changes to lifestyles, knowledge acquisition, and ways of thinking in the 21st century. In 2009, 2 experts from the P21, Bernie Trilling and Charles Fadel published a book “21st-century skills: Learning for Life in Our Times”. They broaden the 4Cs to 7Cs, in response to the increasingly ubiquitous digitalized and mediated environment.

To show you what I mean, let’s think about how our habits of listening to music have changed in the last 20 years. While the earliest streaming service was invented just about 20 years ago, as of the first quarter of 2021, global streaming music subscribers have risen to 487 million! New opportunities also come along: creating and sharing music has never been as easy as now! As a result, competencies of analyzing digital resources, using digital tools to create and share then become the newly added prominence in the 7Cs framework. By the same token, analyzing the megatrends and the rapidly changing digital landscape in the 21st century, Bernie and Charles put forward a new version of the 21st-century skills, which encompasses 7 core competencies starting with the letter C.

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So, what are the 7Cs in education?

The 7Cs of the 21st-century learning

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According to Bernie and Charles, the 7Cs are as important as content knowledge in the curricula we teach daily. These competencies are skills that employers, the workplace, and modern society are looking for in the 21st century. If we believe our work as teachers is mainly to prepare students for a successful and fulfilling future, we should give opportunities to our students to strengthen these skills across content areas.

The 7Cs are: Critical thinking, Creativity, Collaboration, Communication, information, and media literacy, Computing and ICT literacy, Cross-cultural understanding, and Career and learning self-reliance.

Critical thinking

The ability to solve problems and reason effectively.

The work culture is increasingly demanding flexible analytical skills, therefore, being able to analyze and reason effectively and integrate diverse sources of information systematically into problem-solving is a huge strength in any career.


The ability to think creatively, to work creatively with others, and to implement innovations.

The 21st century demands continuously innovating new services, better processes, and improved products for the well-being of humans and the global economy. It is no surprise that creative work is highly valued.


The ability to cooperate, to compromise, to achieve consensus, and to build community.

Collaboration is the nature of how work is accomplished in our civic and work lives. Much of the significant work is accomplished in teams, and nowadays, global teams.

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Communication, information, and media literacy

The ability to communicate clearly and effectively in a diverse environment; access and evaluate information, and analyze, use, and create media effectively.

The power of the media and the ubiquity of communication technologies in all aspects of life make strong communication skills even more important. The ability to effectively analyze and process the overwhelming amount of communication and media content is immensely needed in many careers.

Computing and ICT literacy

The ability to apply technology effectively and ethically

Successful modern businesses and organizations rely heavily on technologies to operate. Knowing how to apply suitable technology will significantly benefit your life and career path.

Cross-cultural understanding

The ability to minimize barriers across diverse ethnic groups, cultures, and ideas, such as preconceptions, prejudices, and stereotypes that distort our understanding of other people and hinder us from working effectively and creatively with team members regardless of the diverse differences.

Understanding and accommodating cultural and social differences, and using these differences to come up with even more creative ideas and solutions to problems, will be increasingly important throughout this century. Cross-cultural interaction skills both online and face-to-face in the international working environment are more important than ever.

Career and learning self-reliance

The ability to navigate the complex life and work environments in the globally competitive information age and to manage changes. The capacity to commit to lifelong learning for developing adequate life and career skills.

In a rapidly changing world full of uncertainties, committing to lifelong learning builds the resilience to adapt to changes. Every career path requires constant updating of skills and knowledge in the 21st century.

The 7Cs in education give opportunities to bridge our everyday teaching and school education with what our young people will need when they are out in the world.

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5 ways to bring the 7Cs into teaching and learning

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Now that you understand what the 7Cs are and how important they are, you may start wondering, how do we integrate them into our teaching and learning? Normally, some teachers may feel a bit overwhelmed, but rest assured, when we implement the 7Cs, we are not doing extras, we are just doing things differently. Read the 5 ways below and you will know what I mean.

Shifting mindset of what means teaching

What do we mean by teaching in the 21st century? Take a look at the new balance below (adapted from Trilling and Fadel, 2009):

21st-century learning – a new balance between:

Direct instructionInteractive exchange
Basic skillsApplied skills
Facts & principlesQuestions and problems
ClassroomGlobal community
Summative testsFormative evaluations
Learning for schoolLearning for life

Don’t get me wrong, when we implement the 7Cs in education, we don’t completely wipe off the list on the left of this table, instead, we are shifting our pedagogical practices toward a new balance, leaning more to the right side of the table. The new balance is not a “yes-no”, nor “either-or” concept, but a spectrum, a continuum that blends both approaches. Focusing on applied skills doesn’t mean abandoning the teaching of basic skills and knowledge. 21st-century teaching and learning mean striking the right balance of pedagogical approaches for your students.

Implementing the 7Cs in education starts from teachers’ mindsets. As one teacher put it, “I had to unlearn the idea that teaching was about my content; I had to learn it was about their thinking and their skills.” The shift in our mindsets motivates us to look for pedagogies that focus on developing students’ thinking and skills, on top of the content being taught.

Invite questions, not answers

Using questions effectively is the key to responsible, active, resourceful, democratic citizenship in the 21st century. Therefore, nurturing students’ ability to question is fundamental to envisioning that future. The classroom has been described as the cradle of democracy, and the teacher is one of the most influential nurturers of the democratic process. Think for a moment, to what extent do your classroom practices encourage questioning and reasoning? When you are asking a question, do you normally expect students to give some “correct” or “expected” answers, or do you expect to spark their curiosity to ask you questions?

Isn’t it normal to expect an answer when we are asking questions? Partly true. If we aim to develop students’ critical thinking skills and creativity, the functions of our questions will be different from when we aim to check students’ understanding of specific knowledge. Why we ask a question would determine how we ask the question! As a result, the responses we invite will also be different.

Changing the way you ask questions will certainly transform your classroom into an active place for inquiry, discussion, questioning, debates, and all of these contribute to building students’ 7Cs.

If you would like to deep further into this topic we have written two blog articles: “Use Questions Effectively: How To for Asking the Right Ones” and “Use Questions Effectively: Why Ask?“.

Create opportunities for connection

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According to connectivism, learning in this digital age is a process of developing networks and connections. Knowledge is created through connection, particularly with digital technologies. Think about your own experience of learning something new from social media, online networks, blogs, or information databases. Almost all of us nowadays are learning from accessible networks where people are happy to share their knowledge. In the information age, the huge amount of data means that no one is able to know all, we need to communicate and collaborate in order to succeed together.

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To prepare our students to interact and collaborate in this globally connected world, we need to promote collaborative learning, such as group collaboration, discussion, allowing different viewpoints and perspectives for decision making, problem-solving, and making sense of information. Creating opportunities for connection in real life and the online arena would help students to develop their competence to collaborate and communicate in a diverse environment, as well as their information and media literacy. How often in your class, students get to interact and collaborate with their classmates, communities, and online networks? Creating opportunities for connections in your teaching will facilitate students to acquire the 7Cs!

Authentic problem solving

Solving authentic problems is a learning adventure that deepens understanding, hones skills, provides emotional satisfaction, ignites creativity to reveal new ways to work and learn.

Learning methods that provoke authentic problem-solving include, for example, inquiry learning, design-based learning, and project-based learning. All these pedagogies bring forward authentic, complex questions, problems, or challenges in the real world that are relevant to students’ real lives. When students are engaged to solve real-world problems, not only they will learn the knowledge, but also learn the application of the knowledge. By then, the knowledge for students will become more than just a grade on a paper, but relevant, practical, and useful in real-world and daily lives. By implementing these student-centered pedagogies, our students will be well-prepared to become problem solvers in any career.

Formative and sustainable assessment

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Lifelong learning is an increasingly essential competence to live a fulfilling life in the 21st century. Learning knowledge and new skills throughout our whole life is beneficial to our career development and overall well-being. Studies have found that it can improve our self-esteem and life satisfaction, alleviate stress and anxiety when face changes.

So, how do we prepare our students to become lifelong learners? Formative assessment and sustainable assessment are effective tools to help them develop the capacity for self-directed learning and self-regulation: formative assessment aims to provide feedback that guides learners to reach their goals (assessment for learning), while sustainable assessment, which derives from the concept of sustainable development, aims to help learners to meet their future learning needs beyond the time scale of a given course or program, by the use of ongoing self-assessment by students to monitor their learning (assessment as learning).

Formative assessment is usually done by teachers or peers, sometimes the learners themselves, while sustainable assessment is often done by the learners themselves with suitable tools provided. For formative assessment strategies and tools, I recommend you to read this or this.

For sustainable assessment, which is part of formative assessment, teachers usually provide students with suitable assessment tools, such as rubrics that clearly describe the observable learning performance and invite the students to make reasonable evaluations and judgments on their learning performance.

To what extent does your school emphasize assessment for learning and assessment as learning? How are you going to implement them in your teaching to help your students to develop their career and life skills?


We may not have a magical crystal ball to see the future, but have you heard of the saying “The best way to predict the future is to create it”? By implementing the 7Cs into our education, we are now sketching a picture of the future world together!

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What are your thoughts about the 7Cs in education? How is your experience of implementing 7Cs into teaching and learning? Share with us your thoughts, experience, and questions in the comment box below! We are happy to hear your stories and learn together!

If you want to know more about the 7Cs, I have recently designed a one-week teacher training course: The 7Cs: Learning for Life (and Work) in the 21st Century


What are the 7 C's of 21st century teaching and learning? ›

The seven skills are: • Collaboration • Communication • Creativity • Critical Thinking • Character • Citizenship • Computational Thinking If we believe our work as teachers is mainly to prepare students for successful futures, then we should give opportunities for students to strengthen these skills.

What are the 4 C's for 21st century learning? ›

The 4 C's to 21st century skills are just what the title indicates. Students need these specific skills to fully participate in today's global community: Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Creativity.

What are the 7 C of education? ›

The 7 C's are Completeness, Conciseness, Consideration, Concreteness, Clarity, Courtesy and Correctness.

What are the 7 key features of 21st century education? ›

7 Key Features of 21st Century Education are:
  • Personalized learning.
  • Equity, diversity and inclusivity.
  • Learning through doing.
  • Changed role of the teacher.
  • Community relationships.
  • Technology.
  • Teacher professionalization.
Dec 4, 2019

What are the 7Cs of communication with examples? ›

They are applicable to both oral and written communication.
  • Clarity: Simplicity & Organization. ...
  • Conciseness: Get to the Point. ...
  • Concreteness: Specifics Instead of Generalizations. ...
  • Completeness: No Necessary Information is Missing. ...
  • Correctness: Facts & Proofreading. ...
  • Courtesy: Stepping Into Audience's Shoes.
Sep 9, 2016

Why is it that the four C's are considered the most important 21st century skills? ›

The 21st century learning skills are often called the 4 C's: critical thinking, creative thinking, communicating, and collaborating. These skills help students learn, and so they are vital to success in school and beyond. Critical thinking is focused, careful analysis of something to better understand it.

What are the 4 C's of teachers? ›

Long heralded as key competencies for 21st-century learners, the ”Four Cs” (Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication, and Collaboration) are often embraced in theory yet stump educators in practice.

What are the 4 C's of 21st century skills give a brief explanation on each skill? ›

Communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity are considered the four c's and are all skills that are needed in order to succeed in today's world.

What does 4Cs stand for in education? ›

According to the report, the cornerstone of becoming a successful learner at any age comes down to the four C's: critical thinking, collaboration, creativity and communication.

Why are the 7 C's important? ›

The 7 C's of communication is a checklist that helps to improve your professional communication skills and increases the chance that your message/what you are trying to say will be understood in exactly the same way as it was intended.

Why do you think following the 7 C's is important? ›

What is the purpose of the 7 Cs of communication. The purpose of the 7Cs is to provide a simple framework for people to follow when they're wanting to improve or maintain good communication skills. Having seven words beginning with the same letter makes the concepts much easier to remember.

What should the 21st C education focus on? ›

The Framework for 21st Century Learning

Learning Skills: Also known as the "four Cs" of 21st century learning, these include critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity.

What are the 21st century teaching methods? ›

We go over some of the main innovative approaches that educators have forged over the last few years and that every 21st century teacher should be acquainted with.
  • Flipped Classroom. ...
  • Project-Based Learning. ...
  • Cooperative Learning. ...
  • Gamification. ...
  • Problem-Based Learning. ...
  • Design Thinking. ...
  • Thinking-Based Learning.
May 9, 2019

What is the important key points of 21st century period? ›

The rise of a global economy and Third World consumerism marked the beginning of the century, along with increased private enterprise and deepening global concern over terrorism after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

What are 21st century teaching skills? ›

The 21st-century skills classroom focuses on asking questions to encourage critical thinking, inquiry, and reasoning. In all courses, students evaluate, synthesize, and translate ideas to solve problems and complete projects. Teachers also encourage students to hone their reasoning and inquiry skills.

How do you use 4Cs in the classroom? ›

Here are 3 simple steps that use the 4 C's to help students learn your subject:
  1. Step 1: Prompt Critical and Creative Thinking. After introducing and modeling a new concept, prompt students to think critically and creatively about it. ...
  2. Step 2: Prompt Communication and Collaboration. ...
  3. Step 3: Present. ...
  4. Scheduling the Steps.

Why are the 4 Cs important skills for our students to develop? ›

The 4Cs help build executive function skills.

Executive function skills, such as planning, organizing and strategizing. These skills help children develop self-regulation, working memory and cognitive flexibility which will encourage them to learn new ideas and develop their social-emotional capabilities.

What are the two important reasons why students should learn and develop 21st century skills? ›

Here are just a few of the reasons why 21st-century learning is so important:
  • It helps students develop the skills they need for the real world. ...
  • It prepares students for an increasingly globalized world. ...
  • It helps students learn how to learn. ...
  • It helps students develop a love of learning.
Sep 14, 2022

What is the 4 C's model? ›

The 4Cs (Clarity, Credibility, Consistency, Competitiveness) is most often used in marketing communications and was created by David Jobber and John Fahy in their book 'Foundations of Marketing' (2009).

What are the 4Cs in teaching English? ›

Hence, these are the communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity (4Cs) that we must help our students develop.

What are the 4 C's in communication? ›

4 C's: Communication, Collaboration, Creativity and Critical Thinking.

What are the four 4 most important skills needed in the 21st century workplace? ›

The 4 C's of 21st Century Skills are:
  • Critical thinking: Finding solutions to problems.
  • Creativity: Thinking outside the box.
  • Collaboration: Working with others.
  • Communication: Talking to others.
Jan 10, 2022

How important is creative and critical thinking in the 21st century workplace? ›

Critical thinking skills are valuable in all roles in an organisation. These skills enhance communication, creativity and problem-solving. Thinking critically in the workplace allows you to connect ideas, evaluate arguments, find errors and solve complex issues.

What are the 4 C's and why are they important? ›

In the health and social care sector, the four C's are especially important for food hygiene safety. Cleaning, Cooking, Cross-contamination and Chilling all come into play during the food handling process and must be implemented properly at all times.

What are the benefits of 7Cs of communication? ›

Seven Cs (7Cs) of communication are actually the principles explained to effectively communicate so that the targeted group may understand the intended purpose. These principles offer guidelines for individuals to learn how effectively can influence people with own or organizational agendas.

What is the summary of 7cs of communication? ›

The seven C's of communication is a list of principles for written and spoken communications to ensure that they are effective. The seven C's are: clear, correct, complete, concrete, concise, considered and courteous.

What are the C's of the 21st century skills? ›

The Granite School District Educational Technology Department seeks to leverage the power of technology to support the “Four Cs” of 21st Century Learning: Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration, and Creativity.

How do you apply 21st century skills in the classroom? ›

How to Implement 21st Century Skills in Class
  1. Make the experience personal. Our learners are our inspiration and our starting point. ...
  2. Provide authentic content. ...
  3. Opt for relevant and/or entertaining topics. ...
  4. Get into 'low-prep for you, higher-level thinking for them' mode. ...
  5. Give feedback. ...
  6. Reflect. ...
  7. Enjoy the journey!

Why are 21st century skills important to teachers? ›

Not only do 21st Century Skills provide a foundation for successful learning in school, they also help to ensure students are successful outside of the classroom, in real-world scenarios in life and future workplaces where change is inevitable.

What does 21st century teaching look like? ›

21st-century teaching means teaching as you have always taught but with today's tools and technology. It means utilizing everything that is important in today's world so that students will be able to live and prosper in today's economy, as well as having the ability to guide students and to prepare them for the future.

How can teachers prepare students with 21st century skills? ›

Communication Creativity Critical Thinking Collaboration
  1. Let Your Students Lead The Learning. Learning takes place best in environments where students feel empowered to learn. ...
  2. Create an Inquiry-Based Classroom Environment. ...
  3. Encourage Collaboration. ...
  4. Develop Critical Thinking Skills. ...
  5. Encourage Creativity.
Oct 9, 2013

What is the most important challenge faced by the 21st century? ›

Conflict and war. We see a greater degree of conflict across the world than for some time. Ideas and passion spread faster than ever and factions and groups work across countries and can be more powerful than some states. The rise and spread of asymmetric conflicts will continue with many more civilian deaths.

What is the most important characteristics of 21st century student and why? ›

Creativity and Innovation

Creative skills and innovation are highly desired in the 21st century learner. 21st century children need to be able to think creatively, work creatively with others and also implement innovation in their everyday lives (NEA, 2012; Partnership for 21st Century Skills, 2009).

What are the 7 related principles of teaching and learning on teaching strategy? ›

The principles are identified as:
  • Learners at the centre.
  • The social nature of learning.
  • Emotions are integral to learning.
  • Recognising individual differences.
  • Stretching all students.
  • Assessment for learning.
  • Building horizontal connections.
Oct 13, 2016

What are the seven 7 effective teaching strategies for the classroom be able to define each and show examples? ›

  • Visualization.
  • Cooperative learning.
  • Inquiry-based instruction.
  • Differentiation applied to teaching strategies.
  • Technology in the classroom for teaching strategies.
  • Behaviour management.
  • Professional development for teaching strategies.
Feb 23, 2018

What is 21st century teaching and learning process? ›

21st-century learning is a term used to describe a shift in education from the traditional methods of the past to a more modern approach. This new approach focuses on preparing students for the future by teaching them the skills they need to be successful in a global economy.

What are the 4cs of effective communication? ›

They give us the four C's of effective communication: clarity, coherence, control and credibility. If you want the reader to follow your thought, you need to do three things: Tell the reader where you're going, present your information or explain your thinking and offer your conclusion.

How to implement the 4 C's in curriculum instruction and assessment? ›

3 Simple Steps to the 4 C's
  1. Step 1: Prompt Critical and Creative Thinking. After introducing and modeling a new concept, prompt students to think critically and creatively about it. ...
  2. Step 2: Prompt Communication and Collaboration. ...
  3. Step 3: Present. ...
  4. Scheduling the Steps.

What are the 7 elements of effective teaching? ›

These elements are: differentiation, adaptivity, student engagement, direct instruction, practice, formative assessment with immediate feedback and student explanation of learning.

Why are 21st century skills important? ›

As students develop skills such as critical thinking and perspective taking, they will be more flexible and adaptable in our constantly changing workforce, increase their ability to work cross-culturally, and be able to take on positions of leadership.

What are the six strategies for 21st century early childhood teachers give example each? ›

Featured Program: The early childhood education program prepares you to meet the educational, social and emotional needs of children from birth through age eight.
  • 1) Integrated Technology. ...
  • 2) Cooperative Learning Structures. ...
  • 3) Differentiated Instruction. ...
  • 4) Goal Setting. ...
  • 5) Cross-Curriculum Teaching.

How do you become an effective 21st century teacher? ›

Teachers of the 21st century have to be mentors, innovators, motivators and facilitators and being the subject matter experts only will no more suffice. Teachers need to grow and evolve collaboratively to bring a deliberate shift from rote learning to future readiness in the learning journey of the child.

What are some teaching strategies that can be used in an inclusive classroom? ›

Provide a safe space (physically and emotionally)
  • Provide a sensitive environment.
  • Provide encouragement and guide learning.
  • Provide a quiet area.
  • Express positive regard and support.
  • Facilitate student voice, autonomy and independence.
  • Set clear classroom expectations.

What is the most important in 21st century learning? ›

1. Critical Thinking. One of the most important 21st century skills to teach our learners is how to think critically. With so much information available online, it's crucial that young people analyze, question and challenge what they are being told.

What is the importance of 21st century teaching and learning? ›

A 21st century education is about giving students the skills they need to succeed in this new world, and helping them grow the confidence to practice those skills. With so much information readily available to them, 21st century skills focus more on making sense of that information, sharing and using it in smart ways.

What are the learning styles of 21st century learners? ›

What are the different types of learners?
  • Visual learners.
  • Auditory (or aural) learners.
  • Kinesthetic (or hands-on) learners.
  • Reading and writing learners.
May 6, 2019


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