One of my students from a previous semester stopped-by to see me the other day. She will soon graduate and is amazed at how quickly
According to Wikipedia (2019), “Informal learning is “a pervasive ongoing phenomenon of learning via participation or learning via knowledge creation….” I have to admit that
A learning moment for this Boomer: A Gen Z student asked permission to draft with paper & pencil before typing-up in Word. I said
Last week, a committee I chair–my college’s Multi-Generational Teaching & Learning Committee–hosted its first panel presentation. Entitled “A Multi-Generational Conversation: Classrooms, Computers, and Curriculum,” the
Inside Higher Ed is reporting on an increased number of colleges dropping SAT and ACT requirements as part of the admissions process. Reason: Diversity concerns.
According to Pew Research Center (Dimock, 2019), “While younger and older adults may differ in their views at a given moment, generational cohorts allow researchers