The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone in different ways… maybe you’re working from home for the first time, finding yourself homeschooling your kids, or just missing out on the daily social interactions you used to have. If you’re an educator you may have found yourself doing all of the above – and teaching remotely too!
However this pandemic has affected you, we hope you find the resources below helpful.
Home Learning Tips
For elementary school students
If you’re responsible for continuing the education of a primary school student in your home, we have tips to make the experience a positive one with this 20-minute read.
To read, select the button below or LOG IN from the top right of this page, enter the access key CPTVRGV and create an account following the steps on the page. In your account, Go To Home Learning – Elementary and on the Contents page under Chapters click the text to view our tips for home learning.
Learn how to create an online first year experience or college success class that engages students and simplifies course management. Dr. Marsha Fralick, seasoned college professor, counselor, and author of College & Career Success will share her experience delivering courses beyond the classroom. Receive valuable guidance on what to expect, how to build student engagement and persistence, as well as ways to save time with online instruction.
This webinar in partnership Publish1st and with Dr. Thomas E. Rojo Aubrey explores the patterns of stress activation during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how it can interfere with your ability as a student to learn and perform academically. To support your academic success during these challenging times we discuss a few ways to reduce anxiety and provide resources that can help strengthen your innate psychological and emotional resilience—and more.
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This webinar with Dr. Thomas E. Rojo Aubrey and Dr. Lynn Brysacz explores the patterns of stress activation during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how it can interfere with your students’ ability to learn and perform academically. We discuss how mental states of distress can result in decreased higher-order thinking skills that are essential for academic success and how to support your students’ academic success during these challenging times. We also provide resources for an Academic Resiliency Program.
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College and Career Success blog by Dr. Marsha Fralick
Academic Resiliency for College Success blog by Dr. Thomas E. Rojo Aubrey
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