SF State U, Psych Students’ YouTube Channel – The Global Classroom: from Class to Cloud
Posted by San Francisco State University on April 21, 2020
Among the many challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, student learning experiences have been impacted immensely and broadly. It has taken away their face-to-face classes, vibrant club activities, study abroad opportunities, and proud moments of graduation ceremonies, to name a few. However, our students remind us that they are resilient, adaptable, and evermore committed to their education in times of extraordinary adversity and challenges.
In recognition of over 1.3 billion students from more than 100 countries currently out of school and doing their best to learn remotely, Dr. Paik’s class has decided to create a YouTube channel to share their experiences of living, learning and supporting one another through the COVID-19 pandemic. They hope to add new content each week until the end of the semester.
Jae H. Paik, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Psychology at San Francisco State University is very proud of her students for showing their strengths as well as their vulnerabilities, keeping things real yet positive. They are constant reminders of what education truly is about—students, faculty and the communities all learning together, even during the devastating pandemics.
Dr. Paik invites you to join her in supporting students across the globe impacted by the COVID-19. Please enjoy and share this YouTube channel widely, spreading all the greatness and hope our student population represents. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7cRA13frP5a9A0gB8xykTA
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