Independent Teenducation

Gen Z expands knowledge beyond what's learned in school

Implications - Statistics say that 1 in every 3 teenagers have engaged in online learning independent from their academic curriculum. For Gen Z, self-education -- specifically in the digital realm -- is simply part and parcel with their social interactions. Thus, a wave of online tutorials in niche, yet useful areas can be seen. This helps to uncover more insight into the mysterious demographic.
SCORE: 5.8
This Year and Mild Top 4 Examples: 2,477 Total Clicks Aug 15 - Aug 16
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Sci-Fi Coding Platforms - Code.org Offers Female-Centric Tutorials on Backend Development
SCORE: 6.4
Warm 642 Clicks Pub: Nov 10, 15
Sci-Fi Coding Platforms
Code.org Offers Female-Centric Tutorials on Backend Development
Backend development is an important industry to understand and web platform Code.org has put together the ‘Hour of Code’ using female characters from the all-new Star Wars: The Force... [More]
Tween-Targeting Vlogs - 'Revved Up Rooms' Features YouTuber Meg DeAngelis Giving Room Decor Tips
SCORE: 4.7
Mild 1,144 Clicks Pub: Aug 4, 15
Tween-Targeting Vlogs
'Revved Up Rooms' Features YouTuber Meg DeAngelis Giving Room Decor Tips
Revved Up Rooms is a six-part DIY series, targeted towards teens, tweens and Generation Z, that is the result if a collaboration between home decor brand Pottery Barn’s PBteen and multi-... [More]
Fashion-Forward Online Classes - This Program Provides Useful Lessons for Budding Fashion Designers
SCORE: 3.8
Mild 432 Clicks Pub: Oct 16, 15
Fashion-Forward Online Classes
This Program Provides Useful Lessons for Budding Fashion Designers
‘Mastered’ is an online program that helps budding fashion designers learn from industry leaders. While online classes are a convenient way to learn a new skill, these types of program... [More]
Social Media Coding Apps - 'Vidcode' Teaches Girls to Code by Incorporating Social Media Tropes
SCORE: 5.1
This Year and Untested 259 Clicks Pub: Aug 16, 16
Social Media Coding Apps
'Vidcode' Teaches Girls to Code by Incorporating Social Media Tropes
Vidcode, an educational start-up run by women, is looking to address the gender imbalance in the tech industry. Currently, most coding jobs are filled by men, and many women and girls have little... [More]
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