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When interacting with Gen-Zers, whether you be their parent, teacher, coach, relative, neighbor, or anything in between, the generational divide can seem larger than ever. Gen-Zers ignore you, they refuse to turn on their Zoom cameras, they procrastinate, they make strange jokes, they have short attention spans, and they take so many selfies. But that isn’t all there is to Generation Z. What Would Gen-Z Do? will help you reach across the generational divide and learn how to navigate your relationships with Gen-Zers. In this guide to everything Gen-Z, John Schlimm, Harvard-trained educator and Gen-Z advocate, uses his extensive experience in working with the younger generation to offer some insight for anyone who’s navigating the Gen-Z universe. In 51 chapters, you’ll find quick, relatable lessons and activity ideas that crush the stereotypes and stigmas of Generation Z and shed light on who your Gen-Zers really are—intelligent, compassionate, courageous, and honest future leaders. Love them, appreciate them, and encourage them to rock on!
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About the Author
A Harvard-trained educator, artist, advocate, and international award-winning author, John Schlimm was among the first to start piecing together the authentic and multifaceted face of Generation Z—beyond the stigmas, stereotypes, and often misguided media profiling of these dynamic young people, who remain largely misunderstood and vastly underestimated. During the past several years, John’s extensive and revealing work and trusted relationship with Gen-Zers across the country has resulted in several thought-provoking essays—for Huffington Post, Harvard Ed. Magazine, and others—and his groundbreaking collaboration with The Andy Warhol Museum to create The Gen-Z Time Capsule, which is a participatory project helping Gen-Zers to further introduce themselves to the world—including to their own parents, teachers, community leaders, employers, and others—while also turning them into a bona fide work of Pop Art.