• A professor in Ohio takes attendance on Twitter, posts homework on Slack, and holds office hours at 10 p.m. - and it shows how different Gen Z really is

    9 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The oldest members of Generation Z , born in the late 1990s, are changing the way colleges teach their students.
    An Ohio State professor quoted in The New York Times uses Twitter, Slack, and Zoom for tasks like taking attendance and holding office hours.
    The changes reflect Generation Z's digital upbringing.
    Generation Z is the most tech-savvy cohort in history.
    Defined as those born after 1997 , Generation Z is growing up in a world where smartphones, social media, and content-streaming are ubiquitous.
    And now that the oldest Gen Zers are attending college, they're rewriting the playbook...
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