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ERIC Number: EJ1366828
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2023
Pages: 23
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: ISSN-2474-4166
Augmented Skills of Educators Teaching Generation Z
Whitehead, Evangelin
Excellence in Education Journal, v12 n1 p32-54 Win 2023
Learners from different generations have enrolled and graduated from educational institutions for many decades, but educators have been using the same strategies despite what generation they teach in their classrooms. A new generation of students has occupied today's classrooms who are called 'Generation Z' or Gen Z for short, and they are colloquially called 'Zoomers'. They have unique characteristics and expectations, and they were raised with technology. They are digitally connected all the time, and it is necessary to check the quality of education given to them. Educational quality is a crucial topic worldwide and it is the need of the hour to discuss the quality of educators. To a large extent, teachers are considered the key factor in determining, and improving the quality of our educational systems. Presently, our teachers are expected to provide a quality hybrid delivery of teaching that best fits Gen Z learners. In the present century, teachers face greater challenges than ever before. The augmented skills of educators with modern, innovative, and creative strategies are the most in demand in this digital world. As new skills and technologies take over all the fields, educators also need to up-skill and re-skill themselves. This white paper discusses the augmented skills of the educators who teach Generation Z and the future generations to come.
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Language: English
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