What is it about?
What are the factors that influence a student doing well during the pandemic and remote learning? From this study conducted during the pandemic we found that student expectations of how they would fare in a remote class versus a face to face class served as a self-fulfilling prophecy of their learning in that class. Self-efficacy and the match between preferred format were significant factors.
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Why is it important?
With more remote teaching on the horizon, adjusting to student needs during the pandemic can improve learning.
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This page is a summary of: You can’t always get what you want and it hurts: Learning during the pandemic., Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology, October 2020, American Psychological Association (APA), DOI: 10.1037/stl0000236.
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