Tag Archive for: online learning

Study explores how the transition to online mentoring and learning affected vulnerable college students

Reference: Gobec, C., Turnbull, M., & Rillotta, F. (2022). Lessons learnt from transitioning to online mentoring and learning at university during COVID-19 for adults with intellectual disability. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 26(4), 869-884. Summarized by: Ellen Parry Luff About the Study The transformative period of COVID-19 highlighted the increasing role of technology in daily life. […]

America Promise’s #ListenToYouth campaign offers tips for connecting online

By Margarida Celestino, Reprinted from America’s Promise Alliance  This piece is part of “Dear Adult Leaders: #ListenToYouth,” a four-week series produced in collaboration with The 74 to elevate student voices in the national conversation as schools and districts navigate how to educate our country’s youth in a global pandemic. In this series, students write open […]

Moving Into the Long Term

With some colleges and universities planning to continue online learning into the spring, students are now looking at over a year of learning from home. How will their well-being and academics be affected? Featured Article by Lilah Burke, Inside Higher Ed As the school semester comes to a close, remote learning remains the recommended option […]

Managing attention and distractibility in online learning

“Managing attention and distractibility in online learning”.  Research-backed answers to some of the most commonly asked questions regarding attention and distractibility in the virtual classroom. By Coalition for Psychology in Schools and Education, Reprinted from American Psychological Association This year, as COVID-19 disrupted traditional K–12 education, even the most experienced teachers felt suddenly thrown back […]