Learning over the past couple of years has drastically changed. In the blink of an eye, Covid isolation revamped the modes in which we learn. At the time my son was in middle school and I can recall all the confusion with policy and technology changes in the classroom. I remember the mad rush to get the teachers trained with new teaching technologies such as Zoom and Canvas. I often thought to myself who is helping the students.
To learn remotely or online a student must be self-motivated and directed. They must have strong time management and communication skills, be familiar with technologies, and be organized. These are qualities that most of our young adults lack but with some guidance can be acquired.
Did you know that 98% of college students will take a remote or online class while attending a traditional university? Most colleges, even Ivy League schools, offer remote and online courses. Often students are placed in online classes and are not ready to learn in this different environment.
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