Rethinking Learning Engagement with Gen Z Students
This paper examines how some expectations of Generation Z students impact faculty approaches to teaching within classrooms, both online and on campus. Methodologically, this paper relies on a literature review of various aspects of this relatively new topic, as well as participatory observation. Heutagogy is the guiding theoretical learning framework. The paper takes the form of an executive report and is addressed primarily to instructional leaders. (original abstract)
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