“Their parents posted ‘Baby on Board’ signs in their cars. They have been protected as children. Their free time was replaced by organized activities and structured programs. They have a high need for achievement and attention,” said Xavier spokeswoman Kelly Leon.
She said this generation prefers learning from hands-on experience, craves technology-generated education, and feels comfortable working in teams.
“Millennial students do not learn in the traditional ways of 50, 30 or even 10 years ago,” said Xavier President Michael Graham. “We need to adapt our campus to their needs and changing times.” —‘Smart’ classrooms, ritzy dorms lure ‘Millennials’ (Cincinnati.com)
Via Joanne Jacobs.