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Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
Teaching Generation Y
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Teaching Generation Y

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Provoke discussion. Enagage viewers. Discuss impact & challenges of technology in teaching and learning today.

Provoke discussion. Enagage viewers. Discuss impact & challenges of technology in teaching and learning today.

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

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