A little unclear as to what GenY is - so I checked the source of all knowledge (ahem), Wikipedia, and it says no precise date, but anything from mid-1970s to 2000s as a start date! I think I fit most of this, so mid-70s works for me... but it appears that it's making the same 'digital native' mistake as many others have (something I am still cogitating on - yes - there's a cultural factor…
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Presentation given today, see abstract: Keep Calm and Carry On View more PowerPoint from Bex Lewis
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The Future of Learning View more presentations from Steve Wheeler. I always enjoy talking to Steve, and this is another great presentation - beautifully laid out, some provocative thinking for our teaching practices in the future.