The Children of the (Digital) Revolution
You Can't fool them…
When we severed the cord that tethered our devices to geographic locales, we effectively made ourselves cybernetically telepathic — able to cast our thoughts across the globe on a whim. For the generation that grew up in the midst of this transformation — the digital natives — the changes seem all but imperceptible. Their elders—who lived through the changes—may feel like visitors: strangers in a strange land.
Author, digital pioneer, and geek dad Jason Cranford Teague explains how the gap between generations is not as wide as many think. Whether you are a parent raising one of these digital natives, a professional trying to reach this audience, or a digital native yourself; learn how technology is changing the way communication works.
What you will learn:
- The history of teen engagement with technology
- Teen expectations of technology today
- Who teens trust online
- How teens are learning today
- Where all of this is going