The “unprecedented” and uncertain nature of the last six months, particularly the sudden shift to remote learning, has forced us to get creative in totally unexpected ways and develop new student success superpowers to guide our students to the finish line—all while holding academic policies and expectations high.
We have tested the limits of flexibility when it comes to digital student engagement, delivery methods, remote teaching and learning, and meeting student learning outcomes. How do we continue supporting students and keeping them engaged when they’ve pivoted so much they’re dizzy, and so are we? Let’s share our successes, struggles, and lessons learned as we begin to imagine what student success will look like in a post-COVID pandemic world.
With this theme in mind, the Georgia Organization for Student Success (GOSS) and the University System of Georgia (USG) Corequisite Academy will partner to host a virtual conference February 12th. This conference will offer a blend of live, real-time speakers, and small-group discussion gatherings, and presentations on a variety of topics. The GOSS conference registration fee has been waived this year, so be sure to invite your friends and colleagues to join us! This is a great opportunity to bring more student success professionals into the fold.
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