***Google Classroom Compatible – these Microsoft Word documents can also be saved as Google Docs and used in Google or other digital classrooms
***Google Classroom Compatible – these Microsoft PowerPoint files can also be saved as Google Slides and used in Google or other digital classrooms
This resource is designed for teacher leaders (administrators, department chairs, etc.) in order to foster a discussion about generational differences in colleagues (Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials/Generation Y) and how it might inform collaboration, teaching methods, etc. Collective traits, stereotypes, public figures, quotations, and more are offered for all three generations, as well as information about the current generation of students: Generation Z (those born after 2003). Discussion questions are included, as well as handouts.
Informational PPT on traits of four generations
Hyperlinks to relevant videos about each generation
Handouts with information and discussion questions
(Generation Z is also called: iGeneration, Pluralist Generation, New Lost Generation, Generation@, Net-Generation, Digital Native Generation, Homeland Generation, Scholars Generation, and #Gen.