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The Five R's of Engaging Millennial Students

The Five R's of Engaging Millennial Students | Employment | Scoop.it

Learn the characteristics of Millennials' ideal learning environments, their preferences regarding assignments and assessment, and the characteristics of their ideal professor.

 

1. Research-based methods: Research suggests Millennials prefer a variety of active learning methods. When they are not interested in something, their attention quickly shifts elsewhere. Interestingly, many of the components of their ideal learning environment — less lecture, use of multimedia, collaborating with peers — are some of the same techniques research has shown to be effective, Price said.


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You're probably making awful assumptions about Millennials in your workplace

You're probably making awful assumptions about Millennials in your workplace | Employment | Scoop.it
They're tech-savvy, terrible team players, lazy and entirely disloyal to employers. Right?

 

"A new survey by Beyond.com, a career-focused network based in the Philadelphia area, indicates that all of this literature has done a great job convincing the older generations of the stereotypes they bestowed upon this younger cohort, even before that group was old enough to confirm them."


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