Mr. Darrick Rawlings, MPPA in 2018, has published an article on COVID-19

October 16th, 2020 by ppad


Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the virtual/online class’s dependence over traditional in-class formatted classes has increased in K-12 education and higher education across the nation.  Mr. Darrick Rawlings, MPPA in Dec 2018, has published an article on COVID-19 as a co-author. The paper has analyzed the impacts of online learning under the Covid-19 pandemic. First, the paper cited multiple student testimonies on online learning and provided some suggestions to the ongoing challenges in implementing the online classes. “To provide the full benefit of online learning, there needs to be an effort to provide standards and an organized environment for the learners. In the end, the benefits associated with online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic extend to the learners, educators, and parents. It was a crucial platform in minimizing the spread of the virus and, at the same time, protecting the learner’s well-being.” Congratulations, Mr. Rawlings.


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