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The 21st century has completely changed the meaning of education. Learning has been affected by these generational changes. To foster better-learning educators need to understand the generation and its learning characteristics. The previous generations had to struggle to get their assignments done, unlike today’s click-through students who have technology to assist them all through. Despite having technology at their disposal the click-through students do not post better grades, in fact the students are failing even more. It is for these reasons that most educators’ recommend that the current education system needs to change since it is no longer supportive of the click-through generation students. Students demand for an A even when they do not deserve it, they question their educators, and give all sorts of excuses why they did not score a better grade. Most of the blame is put on technology rather on how effective the education system.
“”The illiterate of the 21st Century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.” — Alvin Toffler
We believe it is time to present a new generation to the world, we have seen the unvoiced people generation, the Baby Boomers, Gen X, Gen Y, and the Millennial Generation. What we believe the generation teachers are beginning to see now is the Click-Through Generation.
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