The Millennial Generation and Personal Accountability: Spiritual and Classroom Implications

  • Janice A. Black
  • Yvonne S. Smith
  • J. Kay Keels

Abstract

A majority of students who currently populate university classrooms represent an age group that has been labeled “The Millennial Generation,” a generation widely believed to lack personal accountability. This paper discusses accountability in relation to Scripture and proposes that it is a personal quality that is important to an individual and to God. We then apply these ideas to characteristics of the Millennial Generation. Throughout the paper, we also introduce classroom techniques that are intended to teach accountability and are designed to appeal to Millennials.
How to Cite
Black, J. A., Smith, Y. S., & Keels, J. K. (1). The Millennial Generation and Personal Accountability: Spiritual and Classroom Implications. Christian Business Academy Review, 9. Retrieved from https://cbfa-cbar.org/index.php/cbar/article/view/30
Section
Creative Instruction