Teens break info barrier, embrace online learning

by Minati Singha, Times of India

An interesting trend seen amongst Bhubaneswar teens is to break free from the organized learning environment and move towards the online learning space, indicating that the popularity of DIY and collaborative learning is gaining ground. This was revealed in the TCS Gen Z Survey 2015 conducted among 1,000 residents of several city schools. The survey aimed to capture the digital habits of children in the age group of 12 and 18 years. The survey also observed that boys are more active online and on social networking sites as compared to girls. About 29% of the respondents use video chat to learn a new hobby and 16% go online to do school assignments, the survey said.


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