How do schools deal with a struggling student in an online course?

How do schools deal with a struggling student in an online course?

Upon discovering that one or more of your online students are struggling in their online courses, here are some questions to consider:
  • Are work expectations clear to the student? 
  •  Is the student aware of their low performance? 
  •  Does the student have enough time to complete the work? 
  •  How often is the student in contact with their online instructor? 
  •  What are other obstacles in the way of their success? 
  •  Would the student benefit from tutoring services, emotional counseling, or meetings with the academic coach?

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