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阿尔伯特爱因斯坦曾经引用一句名言说:“生成问题的同一种思维不能解决问题。我们必须用新的眼光审视世界。”在我们追求教育的过程中,21世纪的学生已经下意识地接受了这一理念。假设你是一个二年级孩子的单亲家长,你已经在同一份工作干了7年。突然间,你听到了即将被裁员的谣言。你充满恐惧,因为你意识到你唯一具备的就是在这7年里让你保持舒适的这项技能。现在你有两个选择,被解雇在家直到获得需要同一项技能的新工作,或者学习一种新技能。在高等教育工作,我看到了学生年龄段的转变。新生不再是刚从高中毕业的18岁学生,而是那些35岁的,为了获得报酬更优厚职业而想要完成学业的妈妈们。现在我们扪心自问,21世纪的学生是谁?教师们要怎样改进自己的教学行为才能包容这些年长而有主动的学生?根据 ehow.com,成人因为以下五种原因回到学校:职业改变,完成梦想,学习新技能或乐趣以及获得更高的教育。

I believe it was Albert Einstein who was once quoted as saying 'No problem can be solved by the same consciousness that created it. We need to see the world anew.' It would appear that the 21st century student, in our quest for continued Education, has subconsciously adopted this philosophy. Imagine that you are a single parent of 2 school-aged children who has been work ing the same job for the past 7 years when all of a sudden there is a rumor of forthcoming layoffs. Fear sets in as you realize that the only skill you know is the same skill that kept you in your comfort zone for the past 7 years. Now at this point you have two options; either sit at home while collecting unemployment until another job becomes available with the same skill set, or learn another skill. Working in higher education I have seen a shift in the student demographic in that freshman are no longer the 18-year-old fresh out of high school student but to that of the 35-year-old mom who wants to finish her education in an effort to acquire a better paying career. So one might ask them selves, who exactly is the 21st century student and how can educators modify their teaching methods to include this older, highly motivated student. According to ehow.com, [1] adults return to school for one of these five reasons; career change, to fulfill a goal, learn a new skill, fun or to further their education. In today's tough economic climate, good paying jobs are going to those individuals who are not only skillful in their field, but also highly educated. More and more adults are realizing this fact and taking advantage of all the education incentives provided by the government, which makes going back to school less intimidating and more accessible. In addition, federal funding sources for going back to school have become less of a chore with the growth of online classes. Working adults can now take classes and receive a degree without altering their already very busy lives. This is very important to me because I too, am a 21st century student. I'm a 34-year-old professional male who decided to join the masses in returning back to school to get my degree in network security. People have their different reasons for returning back to school but for me it's the ability to have 'career' options instead of 'job' options. I can agree with Dee Dee Smith when she states, 'returning to school as an adult can be a difficult transition. But you don't have to dive in, you can make the transition slowly.' So to better understand my situation I must first find out who the 21st century student/non traditional student is and what makes him/her return to school and how can educators modify their methods to help us along our new journey?

So who is this new aged student and what makes them different? 'How should we teach them? Is technology in the class a help or a curse?' These are questions that Marc Prensky proposed that we should ask ourselves. Understanding that today's students have better access to information, we must also learn to deal with the pace in which this student r论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。

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