Video tip sheet: Generational learning styles in lifelong learning

Tue, Apr 08,2014 @ 10:30 AM
by Kathryn Will |

Gen Y, Gen X, Boomers and the Silent Generation all have different needs, wants andKassia Dellabough expectations when it comes to learning. 

Different generations learn differently, and it's important to develop teaching styles that benefit everyone. 

Kassia Dellabough, Ph.D., a LERN Senior Consultant, discusses in this video how important it is to be aware of generational learning styles in lifelong learning and continuing education programs. 

Dellabough also serves in the Office of Professional Outreach & Development for Students, School of Architecture & Allied Arts, University of Oregon. Dellabough’s other areas of expertise include developing hybrid and flipped courses, and generational marketing. She is a featured speaker at the 2014 LERN Annual Conference in Orlando, Fla.  

See the preliminary 2014  LERN Annual Conference Brochure


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