Look around at today´s youth and you can see how technology has changed their lives. They lie on their beds and study while listening to mp3 players, texting and chatting online with friends, and reading and posting Facebook messages. How does the new, charged-up, multitasking generation respond to traditional textbooks and lectures? Are we effectively reaching today´s technologically advanced youth? Rewired is the first book to help educators and parents teach to this new generation´s radically different learning styles and needs. This book will also help parents learn what to expect from their “techie” children concerning school, homework, and even socialization. In short, it is a book that exposes the impact of generational differences on learning while providing strategies for engaging students at school and at home.
Reviews of Rewired
“This book offers insight and help to motivate and maximize learning for the Internet Generation. Rosen offers invaluable guidance, support, and ideas for parents and teachers” - Eric Milou, Professor of Mathematics, Rowan University
“Larry Rosen’s pioneering work in this field has been well-recognized by his professional colleagues – those of us in the field who are seeking to help educators, policy-makers, and parents understand what is happening as our society and our youth embrace digital media technologies. Larry’s research-based, positive, proactive messages are a welcome relief from the unsupported fear-based messages that are unfortunately also present. Rewired should be considered a `must-read´ by all professionals who work with youth, especially those in leadership positions.” - Nancy Willard, Director of The Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use