Meeting the needs of Gen Z students with visual learning

Generation Z, also known as zoomers, is the first cohort of true digital natives —  basically younger than Google. They have strong learning preferences and different ways of processing and assimilating information.

If you ask teachers, who generally belong to previous generations such as Millennials, Gen Xers, and even late Baby Boomers, they will tell you the same. They prefer visual input and are used to having information at their fingertips.  

At the same time, they like to use new technologies and are very creative, thoughtful, and open-minded. Needless to say, with the proper intellectual stimulation, they prove to be excellent learners. 

So, what can teachers do to engage them and allow them to bloom? Well, a mix of technology and visual knowledge is a good start.

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