where am I? http://www.flairandsquare.com http://ltt.nciwiki.com.au who am I? Alex Miller / Spinner Mills e-Learning Suppo...
Where have all the students gone? Ask yourself….
Who are Generation X & Y?
What are their characteristics?
How were they brought up?
Where have they come from?
How might this affect their approach to learning?
What are their tools?
Where do they communicate?
How do they network?
Where do they network?
How do they learn?
Where do they research?
About 21 million teens use the Internet and half of them say they go online every day
97% of girls 15-17 have used instant messaging
81% of teens play games online, which is 52% higher than 4 years ago
What makes games so engaging? Engrossing Problem Solving Collaboration Feedback Strategic Thinking Fun
76% of online teens get news online, 38% higher than 4 years ago
Welcome to generation myspace. Education2.0 - social networking
How do you teach?
How do you engage them?
What tools do you use?
What tools can you use?
Do you encourage them to innovate and create?
e-Learning has the power to transform teaching and learning
You have the power to give them the skills and tools to work in the 21st century
Teach them how to find, make sense of, and use relevant information
Give them the ability to find and use information with critical discrimination in order to build knowledge.
You can help them understand the power of images and sounds
Help them recognize and use that power, to manipulate and transform digital media.
learn together, network together, grow together
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  • Teaching Generation Y

    1. 2. where am I? http://www.flairandsquare.com http://ltt.nciwiki.com.au who am I? Alex Miller / Spinner Mills e-Learning Support Officer
    2. 3. Where have all the students gone? Ask yourself….
    3. 4. Who are Generation X & Y?
    4. 5. What are their characteristics?
    5. 6. How were they brought up?
    6. 7. Where have they come from?
    7. 8. How might this affect their approach to learning?
    8. 9. What are their tools?
    9. 10. Where do they communicate?
    10. 11. How do they network?
    11. 12. Where do they network?
    12. 13. How do they learn?
    13. 14. Where do they research?
    14. 15. About 21 million teens use the Internet and half of them say they go online every day
    15. 16. 97% of girls 15-17 have used instant messaging
    16. 17. 81% of teens play games online, which is 52% higher than 4 years ago
    17. 18. What makes games so engaging? Engrossing Problem Solving Collaboration Feedback Strategic Thinking Fun
    18. 19. 76% of online teens get news online, 38% higher than 4 years ago
    19. 20. Welcome to generation myspace. Education2.0 - social networking
    20. 21. How do you teach?
    21. 22. How do you engage them?
    22. 23. What tools do you use?
    23. 24. What tools can you use?
    24. 25. Do you encourage them to innovate and create?
    25. 26. e-Learning has the power to transform teaching and learning
    26. 27. You have the power to give them the skills and tools to work in the 21st century
    27. 28. Teach them how to find, make sense of, and use relevant information
    28. 29. Give them the ability to find and use information with critical discrimination in order to build knowledge.
    29. 30. You can help them understand the power of images and sounds
    30. 31. Help them recognize and use that power, to manipulate and transform digital media.
    31. 32. learn together, network together, grow together
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