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How to Manage 4 Generations in the Classroom

Posted by Steve Flanagan on 9/30/19 8:00 AM


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For the first time in recent history, employers are faced with having four generations in the workplace. This can create additional challenges for Learning and Development, as well as classroom instructors. While all generations prefer their learning is relevant, timely, participative, and beneficial to them, there are, however, differences in the instructional techniques and methods a classroom instructor uses to address the needs of each generation.

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5 Techniques to Bridge the Generation Gap in Training

Posted by Langevin Team on 5/8/17 8:00 AM

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According to The Center for Generational Kinetics, the current workforce may include four to five generations depending on the specific workplace. Research suggests that each generation brings with them a specific set of values, ideas, and learning styles. Here are the birth years for each generation:

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