The importance of community in online learning
University of Central Florida student Jaylen Brown didn’t expect his Spring break to last for more than a few days. Once school was cancelled, he soon realized the impact went beyond just books and classes and impacted the social and community aspects of education. Hear his unique perspective on peer reactions, dealing with the abrupt transition to online learning, and the importance of staying positive in an uncertain time.
Tell us a little bit about yourself
What is the sentiment from your friends?
How are your courses changing?
What tools are you using to help you get through the rest of the semester?
What is your advice for other students?
About the author
Jaylen Brown is a sophomore at the University of Central Florida pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. He serves as a College of Business Ambassador and is also a member of the drumline in the UCF Marching Knights. In his free time, he enjoys an active lifestyle, playing video games, and spending time with friends. Jaylen is also the Pearson Campus Ambassador at the University of Central Florida.
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