Nowadays, students are getting more attached to e-gadget, which makes sense, since they are generation Y to Z who are the native residence of technology. Educators (not just teachers) need to adapt to this situation, instead of forcing them to follow the educators’ ways of thinking, which majority is the products of generation X (born range 60’s to 70’s).
This is another new challenge for educators; making sure the students learn something from school yet, need to adapt to their ways of learning and their unique characteristics. After all, education is not only about studying subjects, but also about relationship in a community to which they will grow and develop their social skills.Nowadays, students are getting more attached to e-gadget, which makes sense, since they are generation Y to Z who are the native residence of technology. Educators (not just teachers) need to adapt to this situation, instead of forcing them to follow the educators’ ways of thinking, which majority is the products of generation X (born range 60’s to 70’s).
This is another new challenge for educators; making sure the students learn something from school yet, need to adapt to their ways of learning and their unique characteristics. After all, education is not only about studying subjects, but also about relationship in a community to which they will grow and develop their social skills.