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Clip: Digital Immigrants vs. Digital Natives

Built by educators. Inspired by actual student experiences. MyloWrites makes writing straightforward, efficient, and fun for middle and high school students. Start your 14-day trial now!

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Why are parents and teachers 
"digital immigrants" compared to the native technology skills of students?

Click below to hear Dr. Barbara McKeon explain this concept.


Technology has become the native language of student engagement:

  • 20th Century educators must learn a new "language" to effectively engage 21st Century students.
  • Technology has brought about a new normal in classroom instruction.
  • Technology can help us better engage individual learning styles. 

How do we help ourselves and how do we engage students in the process of this new technology, this 21st Century learning? We have to remember that it’s the native language now... It’s the new normal.
— Dr. Barbara McKeon

 

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Dr. Barbara McKeon
Head of School, 
Broome Street Academy

Barbara has 15+ years of experience designing and implementing evidence-based practice in the field of education. She is an expert on and communication disorders, and much of her career has focused on serving the needs of the most vulnerable populations. She is currently Head of School at Broome Street Academy, a high school for homeless and foster care children in New York City.

  • Favorite book: "Let the Great World Spin" by Colum McCann
  • Favorite writers: Anna Quindlen, Caleb Carr
  • Ed.D., Seton Hall University; M.S. University of Vermont; B.A. Rutgers University
 

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