Digital Literation and Development Emotional Social Skills at Elementary School Students in The Social Era 5.0


  • Sri Sukasih


digital literacy, social-emotional skills, elementary school student, social era 5.0


The change in the educational paradigm in facing the social era 5.0 in academic units is to prepare superior human resources (teachers). The teacher acts as a learning material provider and an inspiration for the development of student creativity. Teachers must face two things in the social era: technology adaptation and competence, namely 21st-century life skills, namely having leadership skills, digital literacy, communication, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, global citizenship, teamwork, and problem-solving. Creativity, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration). Meanwhile, the competencies that students must-have in the 21st century consist of 6 basic literacy skills (numeracy literacy, scientific literacy, information literacy, financial literacy, cultural literacy and citizenship). In addition, students must also be able to think critically, reason, be creative, communicate, collaborate and have problem-solving skills. The six abilities are part of digital literacy that must be understood and understood to not deviate from existing cultural norms. Therefore, students‘ social-emotional abilities in facing the challenges of the 5.0 social -era need to be honed and developed so that they do not fall into negative things. At the social-emotional development stage, education is an essential dimension in children‘s development because elementary school-age brings many changes in children‘s social and emotional lives.