Generation iY: Our Last Chance to Save Their FutureTim Elmore Discussion<br />
Generation iY<br />An Overwhelmed Generation<br />An Over-connected Generation <br />An Overprotected Generation<br />An O...
Elmore’s Observations<br />1They Want to Belong Before They Believe. <br />If you hope to get them to embrace an idea—embr...
Elmore’s Observations<br />2They Want an Experience Before an Explanation<br />“How can I say it creatively and experienti...
Elmore’s Observations<br />3<br />They Want a Cause Before They Want a Course<br />Plan to give them a reason for why they...
Elmore’s Observations<br />4<br />They Want a Guide on the Side Before They Want a Sage on the Stage<br />They aren’t nece...
Elmore’s Observations<br />5 <br />They Want to Play before They Pay<br />
Elmore’s Observations<br />6<br />They Want to Use but Not Be Used by Others<br />They prefer it to be “their idea”<br />
Elmore’s Observations<br />7 <br />They Want Transformation, Not Merely a Touch<br />
Five Decision for iYers<br />“What Are My Values?” <br />“What Vision Do I Want to Pursue?”<br />“What Is My Virtue?”<br /...
Am I Getting Through?<br /><ul><li>Ask yourself: Am I primarily a left-brain or a right-brain communicator?
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21st century & the generation iY: Discussion

  1. 1. Generation iY: Our Last Chance to Save Their FutureTim Elmore Discussion<br />
  2. 2. Generation iY<br />An Overwhelmed Generation<br />An Over-connected Generation <br />An Overprotected Generation<br />An Over-served Generation<br />
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  4. 4. Elmore’s Observations<br />1They Want to Belong Before They Believe. <br />If you hope to get them to embrace an idea—embrace them first<br />
  5. 5. Elmore’s Observations<br />2They Want an Experience Before an Explanation<br />“How can I say it creatively and experientially?”<br />
  6. 6. Elmore’s Observations<br />3<br />They Want a Cause Before They Want a Course<br />Plan to give them a reason for why they need to listen to your words.<br />
  7. 7. Elmore’s Observations<br />4<br />They Want a Guide on the Side Before They Want a Sage on the Stage<br />They aren’t necessarily looking for experts.<br />
  8. 8. Elmore’s Observations<br />5 <br />They Want to Play before They Pay<br />
  9. 9. Elmore’s Observations<br />6<br />They Want to Use but Not Be Used by Others<br />They prefer it to be “their idea”<br />
  10. 10. Elmore’s Observations<br />7 <br />They Want Transformation, Not Merely a Touch<br />
  11. 11. Five Decision for iYers<br />“What Are My Values?” <br />“What Vision Do I Want to Pursue?”<br />“What Is My Virtue?”<br />“What’s the Best Venue for Me?”<br />“What Vehicles Will I Employ to Help Me Reach My Goal?”<br />
  12. 12. Am I Getting Through?<br /><ul><li>Ask yourself: Am I primarily a left-brain or a right-brain communicator?
  13. 13. How can I balance my approach to engage both sides of the brain?
  14. 14. Am I preparing students in a relevant way for their entrance into the real world?
  15. 15. Can I find more creative ways to deliver content?
  16. 16. Do I allow enough time for my students to respond creatively? </li>

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