Online Education Success
Kimberly Parke, Director of Admissions for the Harvard Extension School, has extensive experience with CDA Training online learning programs. She offers advice to students seeking to become successful learners. According to Parke, online learning success comes down to determination. This quality, which psychologist Angela Duckworth calls “grit,” will help you succeed in your online course.
A study conducted by Muhsin et al. found that student satisfaction was related to the quality of teaching and the commitment of the teaching staff. However, the results did not show any statistical significance when comparing the overall satisfaction score to the satisfaction subscales.
In an online world, students need support in completing academic terms and earning credentials. This is where student success technologies can help. Data analytics, advising center management, and other technologies will play important roles. Most institutions have at least one of these technologies in place, but fewer than half are fully or partially deployed.
One of the key components of online education is instructors. An instructor’s role is to inspire student engagement and foster a sense of community. In this SAGE book, Linda Dale Bloomberg explores effective strategies to engage students and create an inclusive, equitable environment. The book also provides handouts for online students to help them succeed in their courses.
One of the factors that contribute to the success of online education is parental involvement. This type of participation is important for the success of online education and for the satisfaction of parents. This study examined the role of parental involvement in online education by analyzing the survey data from 33,614 middle school students’ parents. The study also examined the role of parental educational level and the number of children in the family.
Interaction with classmates
Interaction with classmates can be critical to online education success. However, some of the challenges students face in the online classroom make it difficult for them to participate in interactive activities. Often, students have to communicate through chats, and this can lead to an unproductive environment. Fortunately, there are some tips to increase student interaction in the online classroom.