NSSE released the second Annual Results 2021 release, Flexible and Adaptable: Teaching and Learning in A Year of Disruption. This release discusses teaching and learning during the pandemic and the flexibility it demanded among faculty and students. Instructional practices and student engagement adapted to suit changing campus conditions, for which institutions provided varying levels of support.
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NSSE released the first Annual Results 2021 release, The Pandemic and Student Engagement: Trends, Disparities, and Opportunities. It looks at how COVID-19 brought about stark changes to student engagement for the 2020-21 academic year, including unprecedented numbers of students taking courses in online and hybrid formats. Data from the “Coping with COVID” module, focusing on pandemic-related disparities in mental wellness, academic opportunities, and other life concerns across course types, and by age and gender are discussed, along with how engagement in 2021 differed from before the pandemic.
The NSSE Honors Education Consortium began as a partnership with the National Collegiate Honors Council. Consortium items address motivation, academic exploration and risk-taking, tolerance of ambiguity, curiosity, personal and career goals, and physical and mental well-being, with the intention of making comparisons between honors and non-honors students at participating institutions.