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e-Learning Tips to Support Students and Parents During COVID-19

Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, there is clearly a need for support for parents and teachers who are new to the e-learning landscape and who find themselves suddenly needing to support students who are acclimating to learning at home.

Kathryn Wozniak, Chair and Associate Professor for the Department of Educational Technology at Concordia University Chicago, provides some tips in this short video gathered from K-12 teachers, administrators, and other experts in e-learning for helping students maintain good learning habits while at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Amid the unprecedented changes in today’s educational landscape, we invite you to build your expertise in e-learning and educational technology while gaining college credit in one of Concordia University Chicago’s top-ranked educational technology programs.

·       Educational Technology – Curriculum and Instruction

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Whether you are new to the e-learning world or a seasoned veteran, or a parent who has found yourself serving as an “accidental” teacher overnight, our cutting-edge, outcomes-driven programs will give you the structure, skills, and tools you need to support all types of learners in a digital environment – just in time.