Learning at home with a smartphone is different from sitting in a classroom with your peers and an instructor who is always available for questions and support. It is more than time to address the opportunities, to face the challenges and to broaden our own and our learners´ knowledge about how successful learning can be achieved in digital learning environments.
Exploring the pandemic’s price on youth Featuring the work of Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard Uncertainty for students has been around for a while. However, the present uncertainty triggered by the pandemic is of another scope and it has consequences: Anxiety levels of young people has nearly doubled since the first lockdown. [...]
Student Wellbeing A New Rapport Towards the Future Featuring the work of Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard Our thoughts about the future determine in great ways where we focus our attention in the present. For many recent generations, there was a certain linearity in our thoughts [...]