In 1980 something happened that had never occurred before through the span of four and a half million millennia. On January 1, 1980, the first member of the Millennial Generation or Generation Y was born. While that event passed with no more notice than the birth of any child, it meant that exactly 18 years later we would live in a world different from anything we had known before.
For the first time in history, there are now four generations of adults living, working and learning within the same society. It sets a tone for the explosion of change that society faces in the 21st century.
For the first time, there are four generations of adults raising families, going to work, going to school. The day of the multi-age classroom is here. The issues of how to manage diverse generations in the workplace are upon us.
Generational Learning Styles is a pioneering work intended to provide you with guidelines for meeting the challenges of multiple generations in school, work and society.
For trainers, teachers at all levels, faculty, human resource professionals and anyone interested in generations and in learning styles. After reading Generational Learning Styles, you will be more creative and successful in your own teaching and work.