Presentation Title

The Impact of Emergency Remote Learning on Student Motivation and Opportunities to Shape a More Successful and Productive Educational Future

Proposal Format

Panel Discussion

Track Choices

Engaging Pedagogy

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic significantly impacted our educational approaches as many faculty and students shifted from face-to face instruction to emergency remote teaching. Being connected to our laptops to fulfill the vast majority of our daily tasks and needs severely impacted both our students' and faculty motivation and ability to stay engaged and focused. This roundtable discussion will explore the four types of motivation and the influences that caused a shift in faculty and student motivations. During this roundtable discussion, discussants from 3 separate distinct college campuses with unique organizational cultures and structures will outline the most effective strategies used during the pandemic, and will further explore how we as a community can work toward shaping a more effective instructional experience for the future, post-COVID.

Location

Zoom Room 4

Start Date

16-7-2021 11:00 AM

End Date

16-7-2021 11:45 AM

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The Impact of Emergency Remote Learning on Student Motivation and Opportunities to Shape a More Successful and Productive Educational Future

Zoom Room 4

The COVID-19 pandemic significantly impacted our educational approaches as many faculty and students shifted from face-to face instruction to emergency remote teaching. Being connected to our laptops to fulfill the vast majority of our daily tasks and needs severely impacted both our students' and faculty motivation and ability to stay engaged and focused. This roundtable discussion will explore the four types of motivation and the influences that caused a shift in faculty and student motivations. During this roundtable discussion, discussants from 3 separate distinct college campuses with unique organizational cultures and structures will outline the most effective strategies used during the pandemic, and will further explore how we as a community can work toward shaping a more effective instructional experience for the future, post-COVID.