Can Technology Improve Student Wellness and Retention?

While Generation Z is more aware and vocal about their overall wellness, their comfort level of sharing any struggles is more often displayed when behind a screen. In a world where most of their daily tasks, including ordering food, dating, and shopping, are all done behind a screen, the norm for them is to also share whatever is on their mind through a short post or message via text or social media behind the same screen, as opposed to face-to-face.

As the back half of this generation is beginning or already entered their college career, we need to think about how this digital oversharing translates into a college setting. Given their varying levels of discomfort with interpersonal communication, it’s likely that many of these students are feeling isolated when transitioning to college life, but are unlikely to seek out help from professors or on-campus resources—which can result in them becoming at-risk for dropping out. With an already significant freshman dropout rate of 30 percent, colleges need to reevaluate how they’re communicating with and supporting students.

The implementation of a chatbot or alternative form of digital communication may be the solution to solve this problem and ultimately improve a student’s wellness and retention.

#blog #chatbots #edtech #education #opinion #can technology improve student wellness and retention?

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Can Technology Improve Student Wellness and Retention?

Can Technology Improve Student Wellness and Retention?

While Generation Z is more aware and vocal about their overall wellness, their comfort level of sharing any struggles is more often displayed when behind a screen. In a world where most of their daily tasks, including ordering food, dating, and shopping, are all done behind a screen, the norm for them is to also share whatever is on their mind through a short post or message via text or social media behind the same screen, as opposed to face-to-face.

As the back half of this generation is beginning or already entered their college career, we need to think about how this digital oversharing translates into a college setting. Given their varying levels of discomfort with interpersonal communication, it’s likely that many of these students are feeling isolated when transitioning to college life, but are unlikely to seek out help from professors or on-campus resources—which can result in them becoming at-risk for dropping out. With an already significant freshman dropout rate of 30 percent, colleges need to reevaluate how they’re communicating with and supporting students.

The implementation of a chatbot or alternative form of digital communication may be the solution to solve this problem and ultimately improve a student’s wellness and retention.

#blog #chatbots #edtech #education #opinion #can technology improve student wellness and retention?

Comment créer une table dynamique dans React

Dans cet article, je vais essayer d'enseigner comment créer un tableau dynamique en réaction. Oui, je sais que c'est assez simple, mais ce tutoriel est destiné aux débutants et un débutant devrait savoir comment faire ce genre de choses., Vous voulez dire, disons que vous voulez générer une table 3 × 4 ? Je ne suis pas vraiment sûr, mais vous pouvez stocker des numéros de lignes et de colonnes dans une variable et en fonction de cela, générer le tableau. ,comment ajouter la recherche et le tri dans le tableau

import React, { Component } from 'react'

class Table extends Component {
   constructor(props) {
      super(props) //since we are extending class Table so we have to use super in order to override Component class constructor
      this.state = { //state is by default an object
         students: [
            { id: 1, name: 'Wasif', age: 21, email: 'wasif@email.com' },
            { id: 2, name: 'Ali', age: 19, email: 'ali@email.com' },
            { id: 3, name: 'Saad', age: 16, email: 'saad@email.com' },
            { id: 4, name: 'Asad', age: 25, email: 'asad@email.com' }
         ]
      }
   }

   render() { //Whenever our class runs, render method will be called automatically, it may have already defined in the constructor behind the scene.
      return (
         <div>
            <h1>React Dynamic Table</h1>
         </div>
      )
   }
}

export default Table //exporting a component make it reusable and this is the beauty of react

 

renderTableData() {
      return this.state.students.map((student, index) => {
         const { id, name, age, email } = student //destructuring
         return (
            <tr key={id}>
               <td>{id}</td>
               <td>{name}</td>
               <td>{age}</td>
               <td>{email}</td>
            </tr>
         )
      })
   }

   render() {
      return (
         <div>
            <h1 id='title'>React Dynamic Table</h1>
            <table id='students'>
               <tbody>
                  {this.renderTableData()}
               </tbody>
            </table>
         </div>
      )
   }

 

renderTableHeader() {
      let header = Object.keys(this.state.students[0])
      return header.map((key, index) => {
         return <th key={index}>{key.toUpperCase()}</th>
      })
   }

   render() {
      return (
         <div>
            <h1 id='title'>React Dynamic Table</h1>
            <table id='students'>
               <tbody>
                  <tr>{this.renderTableHeader()}</tr>
                  {this.renderTableData()}
               </tbody>
            </table>
         </div>
      )
   }
#title {
   text - align: center;
   font - family: arial, sans - serif;
}

#students {
   text - align: center;
   font - family: "Trebuchet MS", Arial, Helvetica, sans - serif;
   border - collapse: collapse;
   border: 3 px solid #ddd;
   width: 100 % ;
}

#students td, #students th {
   border: 1 px solid #ddd;
   padding: 8 px;
}

#students tr: nth - child(even) {
   background - color: #f2f2f2;
}

#students tr: hover {
   background - color: #ddd;
}

#students th {
   padding - top: 12 px;
   padding - bottom: 12 px;
   text - align: center;
   background - color: #4CAF50;
  color: white;
}
if (errors.length) {
   alert("gikhare sag");
   setFormaState({
      ...formState,
      errors
   });
   return;
}
userService.addUser(formState.user);
setFormaState({
   errors: [],
   users: userService.getUsers()
});
return errors;

How to Create a Dynamic Table in React

In this article I will try to teach how to create a dynamic table in react. Ya I know its quite simple, but this tutorial is for beginners and a beginner should know how to get this kind of stuff done.,You mean let's say you want to generate 3×4 table? I am not really sure but you can store rows and columns numbers into variable and based on that generate the table. ,how to add search and sorting in the table

import React, { Component } from 'react'

class Table extends Component {
   constructor(props) {
      super(props) //since we are extending class Table so we have to use super in order to override Component class constructor
      this.state = { //state is by default an object
         students: [
            { id: 1, name: 'Wasif', age: 21, email: 'wasif@email.com' },
            { id: 2, name: 'Ali', age: 19, email: 'ali@email.com' },
            { id: 3, name: 'Saad', age: 16, email: 'saad@email.com' },
            { id: 4, name: 'Asad', age: 25, email: 'asad@email.com' }
         ]
      }
   }

   render() { //Whenever our class runs, render method will be called automatically, it may have already defined in the constructor behind the scene.
      return (
         <div>
            <h1>React Dynamic Table</h1>
         </div>
      )
   }
}

export default Table //exporting a component make it reusable and this is the beauty of react

 

renderTableData() {
      return this.state.students.map((student, index) => {
         const { id, name, age, email } = student //destructuring
         return (
            <tr key={id}>
               <td>{id}</td>
               <td>{name}</td>
               <td>{age}</td>
               <td>{email}</td>
            </tr>
         )
      })
   }

   render() {
      return (
         <div>
            <h1 id='title'>React Dynamic Table</h1>
            <table id='students'>
               <tbody>
                  {this.renderTableData()}
               </tbody>
            </table>
         </div>
      )
   }

 

renderTableHeader() {
      let header = Object.keys(this.state.students[0])
      return header.map((key, index) => {
         return <th key={index}>{key.toUpperCase()}</th>
      })
   }

   render() {
      return (
         <div>
            <h1 id='title'>React Dynamic Table</h1>
            <table id='students'>
               <tbody>
                  <tr>{this.renderTableHeader()}</tr>
                  {this.renderTableData()}
               </tbody>
            </table>
         </div>
      )
   }
#title {
   text - align: center;
   font - family: arial, sans - serif;
}

#students {
   text - align: center;
   font - family: "Trebuchet MS", Arial, Helvetica, sans - serif;
   border - collapse: collapse;
   border: 3 px solid #ddd;
   width: 100 % ;
}

#students td, #students th {
   border: 1 px solid #ddd;
   padding: 8 px;
}

#students tr: nth - child(even) {
   background - color: #f2f2f2;
}

#students tr: hover {
   background - color: #ddd;
}

#students th {
   padding - top: 12 px;
   padding - bottom: 12 px;
   text - align: center;
   background - color: #4CAF50;
  color: white;
}
if (errors.length) {
   alert("gikhare sag");
   setFormaState({
      ...formState,
      errors
   });
   return;
}
userService.addUser(formState.user);
setFormaState({
   errors: [],
   users: userService.getUsers()
});
return errors;
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1639981967

Cách tạo bảng động trong React

Trong bài viết này, tôi sẽ cố gắng hướng dẫn cách tạo một bảng động trong react. Tôi biết nó khá đơn giản, nhưng hướng dẫn này dành cho người mới bắt đầu và người mới bắt đầu nên biết cách thực hiện loại công việc này., Ý bạn là giả sử bạn muốn tạo bảng 3 × 4? Tôi không thực sự chắc chắn nhưng bạn có thể lưu trữ số hàng và số cột thành biến và dựa vào đó tạo bảng. , cách thêm tìm kiếm và sắp xếp trong bảng

import React, { Component } from 'react'

class Table extends Component {
   constructor(props) {
      super(props) //since we are extending class Table so we have to use super in order to override Component class constructor
      this.state = { //state is by default an object
         students: [
            { id: 1, name: 'Wasif', age: 21, email: 'wasif@email.com' },
            { id: 2, name: 'Ali', age: 19, email: 'ali@email.com' },
            { id: 3, name: 'Saad', age: 16, email: 'saad@email.com' },
            { id: 4, name: 'Asad', age: 25, email: 'asad@email.com' }
         ]
      }
   }

   render() { //Whenever our class runs, render method will be called automatically, it may have already defined in the constructor behind the scene.
      return (
         <div>
            <h1>React Dynamic Table</h1>
         </div>
      )
   }
}

export default Table //exporting a component make it reusable and this is the beauty of react

 

renderTableData() {
      return this.state.students.map((student, index) => {
         const { id, name, age, email } = student //destructuring
         return (
            <tr key={id}>
               <td>{id}</td>
               <td>{name}</td>
               <td>{age}</td>
               <td>{email}</td>
            </tr>
         )
      })
   }

   render() {
      return (
         <div>
            <h1 id='title'>React Dynamic Table</h1>
            <table id='students'>
               <tbody>
                  {this.renderTableData()}
               </tbody>
            </table>
         </div>
      )
   }

 

renderTableHeader() {
      let header = Object.keys(this.state.students[0])
      return header.map((key, index) => {
         return <th key={index}>{key.toUpperCase()}</th>
      })
   }

   render() {
      return (
         <div>
            <h1 id='title'>React Dynamic Table</h1>
            <table id='students'>
               <tbody>
                  <tr>{this.renderTableHeader()}</tr>
                  {this.renderTableData()}
               </tbody>
            </table>
         </div>
      )
   }
#title {
   text - align: center;
   font - family: arial, sans - serif;
}

#students {
   text - align: center;
   font - family: "Trebuchet MS", Arial, Helvetica, sans - serif;
   border - collapse: collapse;
   border: 3 px solid #ddd;
   width: 100 % ;
}

#students td, #students th {
   border: 1 px solid #ddd;
   padding: 8 px;
}

#students tr: nth - child(even) {
   background - color: #f2f2f2;
}

#students tr: hover {
   background - color: #ddd;
}

#students th {
   padding - top: 12 px;
   padding - bottom: 12 px;
   text - align: center;
   background - color: #4CAF50;
  color: white;
}
if (errors.length) {
   alert("gikhare sag");
   setFormaState({
      ...formState,
      errors
   });
   return;
}
userService.addUser(formState.user);
setFormaState({
   errors: [],
   users: userService.getUsers()
});
return errors;

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1639990140

Reactで動的テーブルを作成する方法

この記事では、reactで動的テーブルを作成する方法を教えます。非常に簡単なことは知っていますが、このチュートリアルは初心者向けであり、初心者はこの種の作業を行う方法を知っている必要があります。つまり、3×4のテーブルを生成したいとしますか?よくわかりませんが、行と列の数値を変数に格納し、それに基づいてテーブルを生成できます。、テーブルに検索と並べ替えを追加する方法

import React, { Component } from 'react'

class Table extends Component {
   constructor(props) {
      super(props) //since we are extending class Table so we have to use super in order to override Component class constructor
      this.state = { //state is by default an object
         students: [
            { id: 1, name: 'Wasif', age: 21, email: 'wasif@email.com' },
            { id: 2, name: 'Ali', age: 19, email: 'ali@email.com' },
            { id: 3, name: 'Saad', age: 16, email: 'saad@email.com' },
            { id: 4, name: 'Asad', age: 25, email: 'asad@email.com' }
         ]
      }
   }

   render() { //Whenever our class runs, render method will be called automatically, it may have already defined in the constructor behind the scene.
      return (
         <div>
            <h1>React Dynamic Table</h1>
         </div>
      )
   }
}

export default Table //exporting a component make it reusable and this is the beauty of react

 

renderTableData() {
      return this.state.students.map((student, index) => {
         const { id, name, age, email } = student //destructuring
         return (
            <tr key={id}>
               <td>{id}</td>
               <td>{name}</td>
               <td>{age}</td>
               <td>{email}</td>
            </tr>
         )
      })
   }

   render() {
      return (
         <div>
            <h1 id='title'>React Dynamic Table</h1>
            <table id='students'>
               <tbody>
                  {this.renderTableData()}
               </tbody>
            </table>
         </div>
      )
   }

 

renderTableHeader() {
      let header = Object.keys(this.state.students[0])
      return header.map((key, index) => {
         return <th key={index}>{key.toUpperCase()}</th>
      })
   }

   render() {
      return (
         <div>
            <h1 id='title'>React Dynamic Table</h1>
            <table id='students'>
               <tbody>
                  <tr>{this.renderTableHeader()}</tr>
                  {this.renderTableData()}
               </tbody>
            </table>
         </div>
      )
   }
#title {
   text - align: center;
   font - family: arial, sans - serif;
}

#students {
   text - align: center;
   font - family: "Trebuchet MS", Arial, Helvetica, sans - serif;
   border - collapse: collapse;
   border: 3 px solid #ddd;
   width: 100 % ;
}

#students td, #students th {
   border: 1 px solid #ddd;
   padding: 8 px;
}

#students tr: nth - child(even) {
   background - color: #f2f2f2;
}

#students tr: hover {
   background - color: #ddd;
}

#students th {
   padding - top: 12 px;
   padding - bottom: 12 px;
   text - align: center;
   background - color: #4CAF50;
  color: white;
}
if (errors.length) {
   alert("gikhare sag");
   setFormaState({
      ...formState,
      errors
   });
   return;
}
userService.addUser(formState.user);
setFormaState({
   errors: [],
   users: userService.getUsers()
});
return errors;