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    • Teaching in an X,Y,Z World Lori Elliott
    • Which Generation are You? Generation X Generation Y Generation Z
    • Generation X
    • Generation Y
    • Generation Z
    • How to Bridge the Generation Gap
      • Reduce or remove any trace of threat from the learning situation
      • Make content meaningful for students
      • Promote physical stimulation to keep brains alert
      • Use social interaction to assist understanding and recall
    • Acknowledgment Teach students, not Content
    • Crest of the Wave
      • Students need lessons full of dramatic action, sudden changes, and shifting points of view to hold their attention and keep them learning.
      • WHY?
    • How long can you pay attention?
      • Evironmental Factors
      • Teacher’s Presentation Skills
      • Learners’ Physiology
      • Learners’ Internal Motivation
    • Reality
      • On average, adults can focus up to 15 minutes.
      • Teens… eight to 10 minutes
      • 12 and under even less
    • What do we remember?
      • Material at the start of class the first 10-15 minutes
      • Very little in the middle
      • Some points from the last moments of the lesson or class
    • Answer
      • Brain Breaks every 15 minutes
    • Ideas
      • Press/Release
      • Teach directly to the Point.
      • Vary tone and inflection
      • Stand and stretch
      • Tell a story
      • Play a 30 second game
      • Two minutes to edit notes or write reflection