Within the series of educational and informative workshops organized by the Psychology Department headed by Dr. Rasha Abdel Rahman, and within the framework of education participation at the international level, the Department organized a workshop titled: Teaching and Learning Strategies in the 21st Century in Britain. The workshop was organized on Thursday, 12/11/2020, from 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm in the afternoon. The workshop was presented by Dr. Hala Saleit, President of the Egyptian British Association of Education in London and an expert in the field of education in Britain. Dr. Hala Saleit has worked in educational development projects at the schools and universities level, as well as presenting hundreds of training courses on developing the skills of workers in the educational institutions. The workshop dealt with the most important steps on which Britain has relied on in its development, given the fact that education is the means and not the basis, and putting emphasis on the development of the skills according to the needs of the labor market, as well as clarifying the role of businessmen in the development of the educational sector in Britain since it is the most important and basic sector in building any society, Dr. Hala has also focused on enabling the required skills as well as working to achieve sustainable development. Dr. Hala Has also spoken about the most important skills that needed to be developed, such as: critical thinking skill, communication skill, problem-solving skill, and collaborative work in a team skill. Doctor Hala gave many illustrated samples and examples on how to develop these skills in a practical way, and on how to evaluate them. The workshop featured many questions and informative discussions. The workshop was attended by (53) of the college faculty members in addition to a large number of male and female students. The workshop was co-organized by two student members: Hala Martini and Diana Tharwat. At the end of the workshop, the workshop was assessed by the participants using Google Forum. In addition, the students have expressed their happiness with such activities, their desire for the continuation of such workshops, and using diversity in the topics presented. The students have also proposed a set of topics they would like to be presented through workshops and seminars during the current academic year.