Online learning looks like it’s here to stay. Some students thrive in the remote classroom. Still, many students struggle with online learning. Schools will benefit if they take the time to figure out ways to help these students. Below are six ways to help students who are struggling with online learning.
College administrators know clear learning outcomes are the foundation of a good, guided pathway program. Students must know what they are signing up to learn how to do. Instructors must know what to teach. Clear learning objectives let colleges measure students’ learning. Clear learning objectives can be tested. They align with the key competencies that students will need to demonstrate on the job.
Institutions invest a lot of time and money to create a guided pathway program. Still, the work does not stop once the students are enrolled in the program. Faculty and administration must partner together to supply the guardrails that keep students on the path.
Yet, today’s students face many obstacles and challenges in completing a quality education. Administrators face challenges to make sure that the students get the education that they need on a guided pathway. Yet, colleges can help students stay on the path by doing the following.
The Building Momentum, SENSE survey reports on average 44% of entering student respondents turn to their friends, family, or other students for their main source of advising. Only 74% say they chose a job or career before signing up for their classes. Sadly, this is a waste of time, energy, and student potential. This is a missed chance for schools to promote their guided pathway programs. The best way institutions can help get students on the path is to take time to clearly map out the path.
5 Key Advantages K-12 Publishers Get from Working with a Professional Translation Company That Are Often Overlooked
Most importantly, a professional translation company provides grade-level appropriateness across print and digital mediums. Additionally, these companies are staffed with an established team of translators who are experts in content creation. Besides that, they offer many other support services. Excellent voiceover recording for videos and e-Learning courses are critical to students’ success in a course. Therefore, these companies can translate dialects and localized language in both written and audio, helping language learning students connect with the materials.
5 Benefits Publishers Get When Using Human Translations Versus Machine Translations (Google Translate)
When using human translations versus machine translation, the text stays in the intended context. Besides that, some languages do not translate an exact one-to-one meaning of the words. Yes, the machine translator will get the basics right. But it will not keep the voice and personality of the author. It will not capture the voice of a company’s brand. The emotional weight of the text will be lost in translation.
Now teachers can assign students interactive books based on their interests. Educators can find eBooks that fill a student’s knowledge gap. Also, teachers can give talented and gifted students more information on topics that interest them. Likewise, by creating interactive reading materials on STEM topics, publishers give teachers the flexibility to meet each student’s reading level. Publishers win over the teachers when they give them tools that make their job easier.
The educational publishing scene continues to shift from paper materials. Leaders need to find a way to offset the decline in revenue from print products. To that end, a way to offset this loss from print products could be in digital product sales. Still, publishers shifting their team from a print-first workflow to a digital-first strategy takes strong leadership and time. Yet, the shift to digital textbooks will take years. Besides that, paper textbooks will not ever go away. As a result, leaders need a digital-first/print-second strategy. One of the first steps…
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