The term “generation Net” is often used to refer to the people who were born between 1980 and 2000. This is the largest generation in American history (100 + million). These “N-Geners” possess a “digital DNA” and their intuitive use of technology and peculiar characteristics are quickly changing the landscape of education.
Today’s “Hot Topics Wednesdays” episode is devoted to the topic of “Psychology of Generation Net”. It also provides several practical strategies that can help online teachers and trainers to accommodate these unique people.
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