Posted January 05, At a school in Perth, a group of teen girls is sitting in a circle, practising breathing techniques. Because if this cohort can't learn to slow-breathe in two minutes, they'll consider they've failed. Failed breathing? It seems risible, but this is a telling example of how the curse of instant gratification is colouring our teens' lives.
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They have grown up with social media, a constant proliferation of information on a fully mobile internet, the rise of Islamic State and other forms of terrorism. As these teenagers approach adulthood, against the political backdrop of Brexit and President Trump , how will they shape the future? The single biggest difference between Generation Z and other generations is how connected they are, and have been since birth. On average, young people in the UK, aged between five and 16, spend three hours online every day.
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Photo by Kaitlyn Stubbs. The first day of class is always the worst. But I knew them more than they realized. Beneath their apprehensive facades, I knew they had shown up longing for a creative experience unlike any they had participated in thus far.