Lost and Found

Lost:

We can say whatever we want about the importance of being unique, but let’s admit it is always nice to belong. Belonging to some type of people allows us to reflect on ourselves and enables our development. One morning I’ve read an article about Generation Z (Gen Z), apparently I might be a part of it (mid 90's kid). After all of this time of thinking that I am a millennial, I got lost. So who are the kids of Gen Z, how do they learn and what is so different about them?

iGeneration:

Some call this generation “screen addicts”. Others state that these kids have an attention span of a golden fish. But I would call us an online generation with limitless options and very limited time.
We are not screen addicts, we just feel the urge to sort and access enormous amounts of different information. E.g. I am not only working with LearningSpaces marketing, I am also striving to finish my International Relations bachelor. Believe me, staying on top of the game is difficult: you need to read, talk and listen about various topics constantly. Multitasking is the key!

Read the full story by

Tags:

RELATED READS
Everything you wanted to know about micro-learning (but were afraid to ask) 3 Ways to Boost Your Learning Habits for a Superior Performance
We are updating our Privacy Policy, so please make sure you take a minute to review it. As of May 25, 2018 your continued use of our services will be subject to this new Privacy Policy.
Review Privacy Policy OK