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Research makes it clear, the generation of children in our ministries today is vastly different than any other group of children the Church has ever sought to reach. They engage and edit media, experiment with culture, and experience community in new ways. Discover the unique learning charac- teristics of today’s kid and learn to leverage those characteristics in your ministry.

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  1. 1. CONNECTING WITH DIGITAL NATIVES MATT GUEVARA @MATTGUEVARA
  2. 2. [ WE ARE CHRISTIAN EDUCATORS ]
  3. 3. [ THE HORIZON REPORT ] http://www.nmc.org/publication-type/horizon-report/
  4. 4. [ THE HORIZON REPORT 2009] ONE YEAR OR LESS: COLLABORATIVE LEARNING ONLINE COMMUNICATION TOOLS
  5. 5. [ THE HORIZON REPORT 2009] TWO TO THREE YEARS: MOBILE DEVICES FOR CHILDREN
  6. 6. [ THE HORIZON REPORT 2009] FOUR TO FIVE YEARS: SMART OBJECTS AND THE PERSONAL WEB
  7. 7. THE GAP BETWEEN THE CHURCH & THE DIGITAL LEARNER
  8. 8. [ CULTURE ]
  9. 9. [ LANGUAGE ]
  10. 10. [ TECHNOLOGY ]
  11. 11. [ THE STAKES ARE TOO HIGH TO IGNORE THESE GAPS ]
  12. 12. [ BECOME AN ETHNOGRAPHER ]
  13. 13. [ ESTABLISH A NEW GOAL ]
  14. 14. [ CREATE MORE VIDE0 ]
  15. 15. [ USE UNIQUE TOOLS ]
  16. 16. CONNECTING WITH DIGITAL NATIVES MATT GUEVARA @MATTGUEVARA MATT@INCM.ORG
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Research makes it clear, the generation of children in our ministries today is vastly different than any other group of children the Church has ever sought to reach. They engage and edit media, experiment with culture, and experience community in new ways. Discover the unique learning charac- teristics of today’s kid and learn to leverage those characteristics in your ministry.

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