If you are an educator and you teach students between 8 and 23 years old (born 1997-2012), you are teaching Generation Z—young people who have never known a life without technology, writes teacher and author Karl Pupé.
In this article I am going to examine four characteristics unique to this group and provide tips to help you engage them.
Having a job they love is most important to Generation Z, according to an IPSOS Mori Survey. They are also more optimistic about their future compared to other generations, with 25 per cent saying they will have a better life than the generation before them.
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Chloë Hynes reflects on the year she undertook Advanced Teacher Status (ATS) and the emotions that came with it, from initial feelings of being overwhelmed to a pride in challenge herself and pushing boundaries.
In this blog, Charlotte Bonner, National Head of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) at the Education and Training Foundation (ETF), discusses her insights from two sessions at the World Skills UK CPD event, ‘Developing excellence in teaching and training’.
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