7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
21st January, 2020
This talk will explore the students entering our universities and workplaces today.
Who is Generation Z? What can we expect from them and what do they expect from us? What can we provide so that they can both contribute to and flourish within workplaces and societies? This talk will explore the students entering our universities and workplaces today. We will look at their lifetimes and how what they have seen, done, and know impacts how they learn, work, and play. This interactive discussion will cover the best strategies for how we teach and lead them in our learning organisations and businesses.
Dr. Zachary Walker is an Associate Professor with the University College London Institute of Education (IOE) and author of Teaching the Last Backpack Generation. Zachary serves as the Academic Head of Learning and Teaching for the Department of Psychology and Human Development and leads the Special and Inclusive Education MA programme at the IOE. He has won numerous international awards and honors. In the last three years, Dr. Walker has worked with educators and policymakers in more than 30 countries on instructional reform, neuroscience, and inclusive pedagogies.
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