YouTube is about clips of cats doing funny things and kids playing video games while they talk about it. At least that’s what we adults might think the Special leads Google-owned video platform is all about. But the younger generation – the Gen Zs and the Gen Alphas – think different. We interviewed a group of children and teenagers aged between 10 and 18, from Berlin Special leads to São Paul, and what we found was that they are using YouTube for far more than just entertainment.
As parents everywhere will be delighted to hear, they’re also Special leads using it for education. channable-campaign-june-2022 Gen Z is the first digitally native generation, and the first generation for whom YouTube is the most popular social media platform. And, while video is becoming more attractive across age groups, it’s a particular draw for the younger generations Special leads of internet users. Opening up the Classroom Special leads It’s not, then, surprising that this generation has gone online to learn.
The internet has changed every aspect of our lives and education is Special leads no exception. Where once teaching took place in classrooms and university lecture theatres or evening schools, you can now learn about anything you like online, simply by searching for it. And, with COVID-19 forcing the closure of schools and colleges in countries around the world, the shift from Special leads classroom to online learning has been accelerated. Whether it’s a free university module on biology, a course on UX design, or how to fix a bike puncture, restore an old sofa or bake a really good sourdough