A university professor looks into how remote and online learning is impacting Gen Z--research that has implications for teaching during COVID-19

How is Gen Z impacted by online learning?


A university professor looks into how remote and online learning is impacting Gen Z--research that has implications for teaching during COVID-19

Research has shown that “Generation Z” students — those born after 1996 — have surprising preferences for face-to-face learning, even though their parents rarely see them without their smartphone in hand.

University of Nebraska–Lincoln broadcasting professor Barney McCoy has studied this age group as part of his ongoing national research on digital distractions in the classroom. As education in America makes a historic technology shift in the face of COVID-19, instructors
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