First and Last Name/s of Presenters

Kaitlyn KennedyFollow

Title of Poster or Paper

Is Online Learning Effective to All?

Mentor/s

Dr. Suzanne Marmo-Roman

Participation Type

Paper Talk

Abstract

Technological advances in virtual learning have made the option of remote learning accessible to most student as an alternative, however, is it effective to all learners? Due to recent pandemic of COVID-19 the option for online learning was the only option for a close alternative to in-person learning for all grade levels. Nonetheless, some school districts were unable to provide proper tools to conduct virtual learning through the abrupt transition at the start of the outbreak. When schools were responding to the pandemic of COVID-19, the first consideration was to ensure the safety and health for all (The Education Trust, 2020). Students and teachers had to adjust immediately to this new way of learning. By utilizing many types of online tools and resources to maintain the continuity of education. The purpose of this paper is to examine online tools and resources used by teachers to provide virtual education and their effectiveness for replicating learning and face to face interaction.

College and Major available

Farrington College of Education, Education BA/BS

Course Name and Number, Professor Name

HN300 Dr. Suzanne Marmo-Roman

Location

Session L: West Campus West Building W112

Start Day/Time

4-29-2022 1:15 PM

End Day/Time

4-29-2022 2:15 PM

Students' Information

Kaitlyn Kennedy, is a senior full-time honor undergraduate student at Sacred Heart University, graduating in this upcoming May 2022 Commencement. Majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies as well as minoring in Speech-Language Pathology, Honors, and Dance.

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Apr 29th, 1:15 PM Apr 29th, 2:15 PM

Is Online Learning Effective to All?

Session L: West Campus West Building W112

Technological advances in virtual learning have made the option of remote learning accessible to most student as an alternative, however, is it effective to all learners? Due to recent pandemic of COVID-19 the option for online learning was the only option for a close alternative to in-person learning for all grade levels. Nonetheless, some school districts were unable to provide proper tools to conduct virtual learning through the abrupt transition at the start of the outbreak. When schools were responding to the pandemic of COVID-19, the first consideration was to ensure the safety and health for all (The Education Trust, 2020). Students and teachers had to adjust immediately to this new way of learning. By utilizing many types of online tools and resources to maintain the continuity of education. The purpose of this paper is to examine online tools and resources used by teachers to provide virtual education and their effectiveness for replicating learning and face to face interaction.

 

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