Are you ready to log on and learn in the online classroom? You may have comfortable clothes and a snack prepared, but have you created a plan for how you’ll participate, considered how you’ll troubleshoot potential technical issues, and thought through other challenges and opportunities? A Student’s Guide to Surviving and Thriving in Online Classes provides you with practical, research-based suggestions to prepare you for success in online educational experiences. With this guide, you’ll reframe your concept of the “classroom” and reflect on your personal learning style in relation to online learning. You’ll learn how to adapt critical study habits and learning skills, including self-regulation, personal motivation, goal setting, and time and task management, to virtual settings. A timely and vital resource, this guide will help you develop the mindset and skillsets required for you to thrive in your online courses. A Student’s Guide to Surviving and Thriving in Online Classes is part of the Cognella Series on Student Success, a collection of books designed to help students develop the essential life and learning skills needed to support a happy, healthy, and productive higher education experience.Richard D. Parsons, Ph.D. is a professor of counselor education at West Chester University. He has over 40 years of university teaching experience and has had a private clinical practice for over 30 years. Dr. Parsons serves as a consultant to educational and mental health institutions in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. He has authored or co-authored over 90 books, book chapters, and professional articles. He earned his master’s and doctoral degrees from Temple University.
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