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Millennial learner’s are…       adolescents to 30 years old.
Most ethnically and racially diversegroup of youth in the nation’s history.
Least religious observantyouths since chartingbehavior.
Theycommunicateby texting.
They write more often than theirpredecessors using socialnetworking sites.
Students preferto work together.
They text someone or go to theweb when they need an answer.
$60 billion have been spent ondigital learning tools in the US.
Studentslearn byinteractinginternationallywith otherstudents viawebcams.
Using technology tools forpresentations.
Many millennials playmassive online games.
Schools use students love of onlinegaming for educational purposes.
77%    ofstudents   get  their  news  from   theinternet.
Using GoKnow mobilesoftware, smartphones are nowan instructional tool.
Wiki’s are used to produce agroup project. All participantscan log in and work together.
Good-bye, textbooks.   Hello, laptop!
“Look what I did!”Document camera’s allow studentsto share work with the class.
Tablets helpintegrate the useof technology intothe classroomusing greateducational apps.
High school students can   go to school online.
Mind MapMovie                    BlogMaker                  Journaling           Bloom’s            Digital          Taxon...
Assessment yesterday,             Assessment today!
Teachers set high           expectations,
and with critical thinking skills   students will succeed.
Blankenship, M. (2010). Plugged in or Tuned out? Students and          Educators Reflect on Current Technology in the Clas...
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  1. 1. Millennial learner’s are… adolescents to 30 years old.
  2. 2. Most ethnically and racially diversegroup of youth in the nation’s history.
  3. 3. Least religious observantyouths since chartingbehavior.
  4. 4. Theycommunicateby texting.
  5. 5. They write more often than theirpredecessors using socialnetworking sites.
  6. 6. Students preferto work together.
  7. 7. They text someone or go to theweb when they need an answer.
  8. 8. $60 billion have been spent ondigital learning tools in the US.
  9. 9. Studentslearn byinteractinginternationallywith otherstudents viawebcams.
  10. 10. Using technology tools forpresentations.
  11. 11. Many millennials playmassive online games.
  12. 12. Schools use students love of onlinegaming for educational purposes.
  13. 13. 77% ofstudents get their news from theinternet.
  14. 14. Using GoKnow mobilesoftware, smartphones are nowan instructional tool.
  15. 15. Wiki’s are used to produce agroup project. All participantscan log in and work together.
  16. 16. Good-bye, textbooks. Hello, laptop!
  17. 17. “Look what I did!”Document camera’s allow studentsto share work with the class.
  18. 18. Tablets helpintegrate the useof technology intothe classroomusing greateducational apps.
  19. 19. High school students can go to school online.
  20. 20. Mind MapMovie BlogMaker Journaling Bloom’s Digital TaxonomyTwitter Podcast Web Publishing
  21. 21. Assessment yesterday, Assessment today!
  22. 22. Teachers set high expectations,
  23. 23. and with critical thinking skills students will succeed.
  24. 24. Blankenship, M. (2010). Plugged in or Tuned out? Students and Educators Reflect on Current Technology in the Classroom. Education Digest: Essential Readings Condensed For Quick Review, 75(5), 61-64.Churches, A. (n.d.). Blooms digital taxonomy. Retrieved from http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/file/view/Bloomsquicksheets.pdfSchachter, R. (2011). Kid2kid Connections: How to Use Technology toConnect Your Students to a Larger World.Instructor, 120(5), 46-52.Greenhow, C., Walker, J. D., & Kim, S. (2010). Millennial Learners andNet- Savvy Teens? Examining Internet Use among Low-IncomeStudents. Journal Of Computing In TeacherEducation, 26(2), 63-68.Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=students and technology&z=e&l=4&page=14M.U.S.E. AIU online, Career Education Corporation 2010Schechter, D. (2011, October 20). How best to educate our "digitalnatives". Retrieved fromhttp://newsroom.blogs.cnn.com/2011/10/20/how- best-to- educate-our-digital-natives/
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