Contemporary instructors are facing an ever-increasing challenge: mixed generations in the classroom. While this has been an age-old factor, it's been amplified by the technological renaissance, the atypically large cultural gap between recent and tenured generations, and the rapidity with which retirements and recruitments are occurring due to a dynamic, volatile job market.
Because of these factors, it's more important than ever to understand the differences between the people in your classroom so that you, as an instructor, can leverage them to create an engaging, relevant learning experience with high retention and application.
Many courses aim to explore and define the traits of each generation. This course will take a step further to provide tools to evaluate your class demographics, analyze the information, and then design your instructional strategies to meet the needs of your students.