This educational video raises the question of how representatives of different generations (teachers and students) in school should live under one roof.
Educators working in schools represent baby boomers, X, and Y generations. They teach and develop generation Y and Z students. When it comes to values, it is a difficult discussion between representatives of each generation: they have different values and hobbies, they think differently, they shop and eat differently, they meet up differently, and learn differently. The educational film presents economist and demographer Neil Howe and writer and playwright William Strauss’s generational theory. How one generation differs from another and what each generation values are also explained. When generations can get to know one another better, successful communication and opportunities for effective growth increase. An expert on the topic, Lidija Laurinčiukienė (educational journalist and freelance education and business consultant), advises baby boomers, and generations X and Y educators on what is worth paying attention to when interacting with modern, Y and Z generation students.