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Remote Learning and Student Communication
It's much easier to slack off in remote group projects.
Loss of classroom environment.
Students aren't learning as much as they should be.
Online discussion boards are unpopular among students.
The social side of college has taken a big hit due to the pandemic
Many students pay less attention during online classes
Many more distractions while taking classes from home.
There's plenty of room for improvement in remote classes.
Teachers don't get to make the same kinds of connections with their students.
Good classroom camaraderie creates a better learning environment.
In person, people speak when they have something that they want to share and respond to one another when they have something relevant to say
In online discussions students often only respond because they have to, not because they have something to add.
Replies also don’t feel genuine compared to someone actually hearing what you had to say, and feeling compelled to add something on top of that.
Classroom discussions are a valuable learning tool.
It's much more difficult to communicate in remote group projects.
You don't really get to know your groupmates online.
Working together in person is a valuable part of the process.
It is much easier to cheat in remote classes.