Generational Learning Styles. 2005 AIA CES Provider Conference. Learning Objectives. Participants will become aware of the values and expectations of different generations. Participants will understand the learning styles of different generations.
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2005 AIA CES Provider Conference
as portrayed on television?
a - Donna Reed
b - Mrs. Brady
c - Roseanne
d - Sharon Osbourne
2. The scariest moment in all of film history
a - when the Blob chased Steve McQueen
b - when the alien erupted out of Kane’s
c - when Freddy refused to die
d - when Samara comes crawling out of the
a - What’s Star Trek
b - Captain Kirk
c - Captain Picard
d - Captain Archer
the quickest way to get a written message across the country?
a - Pony Express
b - Federal Express
c - Email
d - Instant Messaging
a - I’ll call my wife to hold dinner
b - I guess I can be late for my son’s
c - Just email me the hot points
d - Y.H.G.T.B.K. (You got to be kidding)
Computers are ______________
a - the size of a refrigerator.
b - a necessary evil.
c - the best way to shop.
d - my main link to the outside world.
a - Networking is something that a
b - A network is a television station
c - The act of establishing a circle of
d - A work or home-based interface system which allows multiple users at different computers to link in order to share data, to compete in multi-player games, and share printers, scanners, digital devices, MP3 files and digital images. Did we mention play games?
If you identified mostly with the “A” answers you are a Traditionalist
Mostly B – you are a Baby Boomer
Mostly C – you are in Generation X
Mostly D – you are in Generation Y
Pedagogy – The art and science of helping
Andragogy – The art and science of helping adults learn
The adult learner is someone who:
immediate application of knowledge
5. is motivated to learn by internal rather than external factors
In groups, based on the different values and
expectations of the first four generations,
identify attributes in the teaching/learning
process that need to exist in the classroom in
order for education to be successful. Also
indicate which of the various adult learning types
would be most effective for each generation.
In groups, identify some ideas which you
would incorporate in the classroom to
insure an effective educational experience
for a class comprised of a mixture of Baby
Boomers, X’ers’ and Y’ers.
“Rather than building a structure around the
provider, the new (training) paradigm builds
a support system around the learner. It’s a
shift in focus …. That’s sufficient to turn the
entire learning and training fields upside
down and to reset everything we’ve done in
the past to zero.” Jonathon Levy
Roger W. Liska, FAIC, CPC, FCIOB, PE
Chair and Professor
Department of Construction Science and Management
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