Peer mentorship can be a key tool to helping students excel in post secondary education — including students who are historically underrepresented in higher education.
Develop connections between students through a peer-to-peer mentorship program. The result is a campus community where students feel they belong.
In remote learning, because the other aspects of social life like residence life or sports teams are more diffuse, classes become one of the primary ways students can connect with their community and create that sense of belonging.
Students with a higher sense of belonging were more likely to facilitate their own learning by asking for hints or explanations from peers and faculty.
Understanding what can influence belonging is important, as the survey also revealed that students with a lower sense of belonging were more likely to report they considered dropping out of their program.
Surveys have shown that the constant switching between apps costs us valuable time and risks knocking us off track. Instead, institutions looking for ways to increase productivity should consider centralizing apps and programs onto one platform.
We are proud to collaborate with Layla Care and Open Screenplay for their annual mental health screenwriting contest! We want to hear about your journey navigating mental health as a student.
Nimbus Learning has been announced a finalist in the 2022 EdTech Digest Awards.
Student marketing interns are a great way to learn from your target demographic about pain points they’re experiencing, while also taking a weight off of your shoulders.