There seems to be a lot of “of course” replies to this question … where there are many assumptions made about differences between generations. But is this truly the case? If so, then what data can we point to that demonstrates this?
A commentor offered: Boomers learn differently than Gen X’ers. Gen X’ers learn differently than Gen Y’ers.
Perhaps it is more about adaptability and facility with use of technology whereby the younger generations operate with a different set of assumptions about how to use the tech. But does this translate into true differences in how people learn? And if this is true, what data could you point me to that demonstrates this?