Within 4 years, Generation Alpha will outnumber the Baby Boomers, and many of them will live to see the 22nd Century.
The world which educators are preparing students for is changing, but so too is the world these students are being shaped in.
Gen Z are more aware than anyone else, that the rise of cancel culture has led to self-censoring, and hiding their opinions.
Our children need digital skills to thrive in today’s world – but how do we also develop in them the life skills that can only grow away from the screen?
The Millennials’ demographic size is such that they have now overtaken the Baby Boomers to be Australia’s largest generation.
The world in which educators are preparing students for is changing, and so too are the students themselves, writes Ashley Fell.
In a decade, Gen Z will make up nearly a third of the working population. They are a workforce that cannot be ignored, writes Michael McQueen.
With generations mixing in the workforce, we need to understand the differences to benefit from the diversity, writes McCrindle researcher Ashley Fell.
The world is changing at a faster rate than ever before – and for Generation Z, this is the world they are being shaped in.
No matter what generation you belong to, you’ll be replaced by the next one. There’s a much more important generation to belong to, writes Eliezer Gonzalez.