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Impacts of Social Media & Technology on Generation Z Students

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Impacts of Social Media & Technology on Generation Z Students

  1. 1. SOCIAL MEDIA TECH & OUR STUDENTS
  2. 2. Nick Jensen Community & Experience Strategist
  3. 3. Hanna Armour whoever decided to give JSex control of the hashtagNYU instagram account should be running our school. best instagrams ever. #Legs #LegsIsSoCute #JSexLovesLegs 7 minutes ago near New York
  4. 4. FRIENDING the class of 2020
  5. 5. Teens Multitask Constantly
  6. 6. Teens tackle 6-7 tasks Simultaneously
  7. 7. middle schoolers stayed on task for only 3 minutes
  8. 8. for only 3 minutes #brevity
  9. 9. Generation mobile
  10. 10. SDOFIJEOFISDFASOIEA SDFJSDOFINSODIFNSOD FNSODFNSODIFJSOIDF ASDFNASLDKFNLSDFJO SDIFJOSDFNWEFNAOW EIFHOSFSSDFOISDUFP
  11. 11. TEENS LIKE TEXTING
  12. 12. Email is dead.
  13. 13. 65% of grade schoolers will probably do work... not yet invented.
  14. 14. texting... FTW
  15. 15. FOMO
  16. 16. teens document their EXPERIENCES
  17. 17. I share therefore I am
  18. 18. Seen
  19. 19. Seen Watching
  20. 20. Seen Watching
  21. 21. 2012
  22. 22. 2017
  23. 23. GENERATION Z
  24. 24. 65 Million 70 Million 75 Million 80 Million 85 Million Gen Z Millennials Baby Boomers
  25. 25. 8 SECONDS
  26. 26. 14 billion
  27. 27. 188 billion
  28. 28. “Teens… believe they need to be available 24/7 to their friends, because, you know, someone might get dumped or into an argument with their parents. They need instant gratification and solace. Nobody can wait anymore not because they can’t—but because they don’t need to.” -John M. Grohol, founder and CEO, Psych Central
  29. 29. SDOFIJEOFISDFASOIEAS DFJSDOFINSODIFNSODF NSODFNSODIFJSOIDFJA SDFNASLDKFNLSDFJOS DIFJOSDFNWEFNAOWE FHOSFSSDFOISDUFPOIU
  30. 30. $650,000,000
  31. 31. FOMO
  32. 32. 25%millennials
  33. 33. 36%gen x 48%boomers 65%silent generation
  34. 34. 44%underemployed > 20%less than $25k per year
  35. 35. discussion

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