It's true. Kids born in 1987 are now drinking (legally). Today we have technology that we only saw in movies back in the 80's.By Brian Snyder, at 2:44 PM
I mean, look at the "Apple II E" computer we had. Do you think the kids of today could even imagine having to take out and flip the floppy disk every time they wanted to move to a new application.
We are becoming old men. At least the iPod allows you to say with the curve.
This comment has been removed by the author.By Seeking Solace, at 3:32 PM
I was telling one of my classes about seeing Bruce Springsteen recently. A few of them had no idea who he is!By Seeking Solace, at 3:32 PM
Seeking Solace: There's really only one thing you can do about their ignorance - play "Born to Run" in class. Or have them all "re-educated."By Arbitrista, at 3:54 PM
While student teaching today, my mentor teacher stated, "And knowing is half the battle," in response to a student's statement. When I chimed in, "G.I. Joe," the students looked at me as if I suddenly grown more weird than usual.By coi, at 4:37 PM
It's a sad, sad truth that our educational system is simply not enough.
It was depressing enough when kids who hadn't been alive when the first Star Wars came out. It's a bitter pill to swallow!By Canada, at 8:16 AM