Content Type: Daily Briefing
Periods of ambiguity can be stressful for your employees. Here’s how to reassure your team and keep moving forward.
The flexibility of online courses can seem attractive to students, but they may not be aware of just how different online learning can be from a classroom setting.
When we start to feel stressed, most of us turn to external fixes—but these are likely to be temporary and ineffective, two experts write.
Online learners ‘feel lonely, and they feel that the instructors don’t care about their academic progress,’ says one online learning researcher.
‘Your mind will always wander, so consider how that might present an opportunity to assess how you’re feeling and then to set a path for what to do next,’ suggests one productivity expert.
Despite significant investment in broad student success initiatives, demographic disparities in graduation rates and career outcomes continue to persist.
Any employee can be coached—if they answer ‘Yes’ to both questions, according to one leadership consultant.
“If we can learn to surrender our shame and embrace our own stories, then I have no doubt that we will inspire the next generation of students,” says Jaime Anzalotta, the Dean of Students at Miami Dade College.
Successful leaders know that a well-spent Friday can lay the groundwork for an efficient return to the office.
Why is “equity gap” a more inclusive term than “achievement gap”? What will the most innovative equity initiatives look like in 2025? We asked 5 of our experts about the state of equity. Here’s what they said.