Our ATLE blog series, “Reducing Stress in the Learning Environment” continues today with a post from Jessica Oladapo and Microaggressions and how they become obstacles to student learning. If you haven’t already, take a moment to read the first three posts: “How Learning Occurs” , “How Stress Impacts Learning (and Teaching!)”, and “What You Need, When You Need It.”Read More
We know it can be an overwhelming experience learning about a new environment. Rock Valley College is a great place to start or continue your education, but the transition into college life can be daunting. And while RVC has many departments and programs designed to help you succeed, it can be difficult to find the answers to all of your questions. That’s where we, the Getting Started Center Peer Mentors, come in.Read More
It’s not always easy to spot a person in crisis. They walk among us every day. They may even sit next to us in class. What we also may not realize is that many students at Rock Valley College may be one crisis away from dropping out of college.Read More
Welcome to our “Get to Know Me” feature for RVC employees! Today we are going to get to know Jerry LaBuy.Read More
Dr. Erin Fisher’s first posts in the ATLE blog series, “Reducing Stress in the Learning Environment,” introduced us to the research that explains “How Learning Occurs” and “How Stress Impacts Learning (and Teaching!)”. Today we turn to the very practical issue of how we connect our stressed-out students to the resources they need to support their learning.