Supporting student success and connection in an online environment through an adapted organizational strategy

Learning Strategies
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Since the shift to remote learning brought about by the pandemic, a common concern I often hear voiced by students is the lack of spontaneous connection they are experiencing with their professors and a decline in interaction with their peers. Furthermore, when opportunities for connection are available, it can be difficult for students to organize their time and keep track of where they are supposed to be, particularly when various platforms are being used within an institution.
To support students, it can be helpful to adapt the traditional weekly plan to include additional details. Additions can include the links for a student's synchronous classes, encouraging students to plan to complete asynchronous work during a professors office hours, and engage in regular study groups with peers. This quick tip video will provide an example of such an adapted weekly plan, resulting in a fulsome organizational document to support a student's success and connection in the virtual environment.
Georgian College

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