Intergenerational Learning in Higher Education: Making the Case for Multigenerational Classrooms

@inproceedings{Sanchez2014IntergenerationalLI,
  title={Intergenerational Learning in Higher Education: Making the Case for Multigenerational Classrooms},
  author={Mariano Sanchez and Matthew Kaplan},
  year={2014}
}
Educational institutions in higher education both in Europe and in the United States are increasingly integrating lifelong learning in a context of sustained augmentation of age diversity among their students. Therefore, multiage and multigenerational classrooms are becoming more frequent teaching and learning settings. This article argues that multigenerational classrooms in formal higher education may constitute windows of opportunity to rethink the practice of teaching as far as they… CONTINUE READING
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