Keeping Focus on Relational, Social, and Emotional Needs of Students and Faculty During University-Level Remote Instruction
The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of various approaches taken to address anticipated and demonstrated needs of university students, faculty, and instructors through and beyond the transition to fully online instruction in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic. The authors discuss the complexities associated with navigating multiple levels of need, as described within Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Primary examples are provided from two mid-sized universities from the perspective of Physical Education Teacher Education faculty employed at the respective institutions.
Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
Jones, Emily M.; Valley, Julia A.; and Garrahy, Deborah A., "Keeping Focus on Relational, Social, and Emotional Needs of Students and Faculty During University-Level Remote Instruction" (2021). Health Sciences and Physical Education Faculty Publications. 21.