Russian students are not particularly independent or self-disciplined. A recent study shows that this has been one of the problems with the transition to remote learning. Researchers presented their findings at the Sociology of Online Learning session of the international eSTARS conference held at the Higher School of Economics in partnership with the Coursera global platform. In an interview, Ulyana Zakharova — session moderator and research fellow at the HSE Centre of Sociology of Higher Education’s Institute of Education — told IQ how students develop their character, teachers stop being translators and remote learning tests everyone’s abilities.
Thursday, January 28
'Master of Data Science Admissions' Webinar
Seminar 'Combinatorics of Vassiliev Invariants'
LCSR seminar on 'Concepts of Democracy in Democratic and Nondemocratic Countries'
Dr. Jacqueline Wong to speak on 'Examining the Use of Prompts to Facilitate Self-Regulated Learning in Massive Open Online Courses'