Our last blogpost introduced characteristics of the new cohort of educators that is joining the teaching workforce this year: Gen Z. In that post, we revealed easy ways to attract, retain, develop, and engage this global generation of teachers. Here follow a few more Z-friendly
A new academic year is about to start. Data shows (Tulgan, 2013) an increasing number of Gen Z teachers, the first truly global and digital educators, will be joining schools’ weakened pipelines. Are you and your school ready to include them in your staff-line up?
Mathematicians have been figuring out the mathematical truth for millennia. Can this possibly be relevant for today’s students? Yes!
Mathematical argumentation can make your classroom more joyful and engaging. Going beyond just rules to memorize, students are given the opportunity to make sense of those rules
Names abound for Gen Z: Generation Z, Internet Generation or I-Gen, Technology Generation, Tweens, and the Pluralist Generation. Regardless of what you call them, this cohort was born in the mid-‘90s to 2010. You may bump into them on a daily basis as the youngest
Look who’s joining school cultures!
A new generation has just started or is about to join the teaching crew: Generation Z. They bring with them their own beliefs, perceptions, and values affecting the way things are done. Getting ready to welcome them aboard may reduce culture