Recent articles (Fortune; Harvard Business Review) and even a podcast speak about the post-COVID phenomenon of Quiet Quitting. Gallup stated in early September that “quiet quitters” make up at least half of the US workforce. One of the key reasons for this, according to Gallup, is that employees do not feel cared about or are not provided growth opportunities from their managers.
Many college students have access to a traditional learning environment, which often includes attending class in lecture halls, collaborating with peers and professors in person or taking exams at a scheduled time in the classroom. Although this approach works for some learners, this traditional model isn’t ideal for everyone.
Gen Z students consistently struggle with feelings of anxiety tied to tests and exams, according to a new survey examining attitudes about test-taking and mental health. In fact, 86 percent of respondents indicated they have experienced exam anxiety, with 76 percent saying they have experienced it in the past six months.