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Best Practice to develop learning experiences for Millennials

Best Practice to develop learning experiences for Millennials Time to let go of detailed curriculums and the value of statistics from learning should be used less to grade the student and more to personalise the learning experience. In this development, digitization is the main driving force. Vital sensible intelligence about the development is to be found when analysing the millennial’s preferences. Two new reports from Pew Research Center and Umeå University in Sweden about Millennials… Continue reading

The Stereotypes of Millennials are an Illusion

eLearningworld News from Davos eLearningworld has written several stories about the millennials and the labour market before, claiming that millennials are generally not lazy and bratty that is a part of the stereotype. Instead can they be considered as workaholics that want a job with a mission, a job that matters. According to a workplace study from 2016: “More than four in 10 (43%) of work martyrs are millennials, compared to just 29% of overall… Continue reading

Latest News: What Millennials find most important in a Workplace

eLearningworld News from US The most important bonus Millennials want in their working life, according to new research from Bersin by Deloitte, is not cash bonuses or greater vacation allowances, but instead it is more relevant training and development (T&D) opportunities. 22% preferred T&D before more flexible hours (19%), cash bonuses (14%) and greater vacation allowances (8%). 66% of the Millennials also want to be creative in their workplace and 80% want appraisals on their… Continue reading

Latest News: Social Media brings same processes as chocolate in the teenage brain

eLearningworld News from US Research from University of California shows that “Likes” on social media produces the same processes as eating chocolate or winning money in a teenager’s brain. The research project is based 32 teenagers between the ages 13-18 that were told that they were participating in a small social network similar to the popular Instagram. During social media session the teens’ brains were scanned. Lauren Sherman at the UCLA branch of the Children’s… Continue reading

Latest News: New Research shows promising labour market for Millennials

eLearningworld News from the US Young adult unemployment is a big problem all over the world. In the US in July this year Millennials (18-34 years old) unemployment rate was 40% higher than the average unemployment rate (7.5% versus 5.3%). With this background the non-profit organisation Young Invincibles has analysed 400 occupations with good future prospects of professional growth. Hospitality and retail jobs was excluded because of general lack of good future prospects, while other… Continue reading

Latest News: Millennials attitude to the Workplace, Research from IBM kills the Myths

eLearningworld News from the World According to recent articles and research Millennials are lazy and selfish. Other claims on the contrary that this is an open-minded generation with social commitment that is fuelled by the fact that they do not know a world without the web and its social media. New research from IBM Institute for Business Value with focus on Millennials attitude to the workplace is cutting off the edges of the differences in… Continue reading