New Report: Online Learning: What Works for Low-Income Students?
Posted by on April 28, 2020
NEW YWMC REPORT:
“Online Learning: What Works for Low-Income Students?”
The shift to online learning because of the COVID-19 crisis has been accomplished at YWMC schools with an overarching sensitivity to the needs and complicated lives of the low-income students they serve every day. This report offers insights from our member institutions as well as insights from the literature. It includes suggestions for designing and formatting online courses to maintain and bolster student identity within the context of a supportive community where relationships are still important and part of the learning environment.
Download the report here: https://yeswemustcoalition.org/site/assets/files/1122/online_learning–what_works.pdf
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