Strategies For Student Participation with Remote Online Learning

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  • Chinaza Solomon Ironsi Near East University, Turkey
Keywords: Online Learning, Strategies, Instructor, Technologies, Methods


This report would explore potential methods to improve student participation with remote online learning. The research showed that online learners make use of a variety of technical applications. Survey of LA1’s confirms that technical applications like Zoom, Padlets, Nearpod, Flipgrid, Mentimeter, Boom Cards, and Vocaroo were the most widely utilized technological technology. It confirms that pads and cards play a valuable function in inspiring students to learn successfully in online learning climate. According to the finding of this report, student participation is a tactic without the use of technologies.


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How to Cite
Ironsi, C. S. (2021). Strategies For Student Participation with Remote Online Learning. The International Journal of Social Sciences World (TIJOSSW), 3(01), 24-36. Retrieved from