Being able to skip classes improves some students' performance. Others struggle with more autonomy
By Rigissa Megalokonomou, Lecturer in Economics, The University of Queensland
Sofoklis Goulas, Senior Research Associate, Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO), Stanford University
Online learning during the pandemic gives students more autonomy. For high-achieving students, especially those in academically mixed classes, that’s an advantage, whereas others might struggle.
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- Thursday, August 5, 2021