“I’ll Retire and Teach Online” (Part One of Four)

Think of this: graduating high school seniors in 2016 have never known life without the internet. They have never known a world without a personal communication device that fits in a pocket. Their adolescent world has always included Facebook (or MySpace), GMail, Twitter, instant messaging or texting, instant photo sharing, video-on-demand, movies-on-demand, and archiving of everything. Any video they see has to be in High Definition, or it just isn’t right. More importantly, the high school graduate of today has a very different view of what “individual privacy” really means.

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