If We’re “All in This Together,” Why Do I Feel So Alone?

Addressing pandemic-related isolation and loneliness from an eLearning perspective

Remember, in elementary school, when your teacher would turn from the blackboard at the exact moment the class clown was performing their latest trick? “You,” the teacher would say, “come and sit over here!” And the class clown would dejectedly make their way to the designated troublemaker’s desk at the front of the classroom—a desk that was, usually, removed from all the other desks. Or, maybe the teacher went as far as to ask the class clown to stay behind at recess, fold their hands over their knees, and remain quiet for fifteen minutes—an interminable punishment for a child.

Occasionally, that’s what this pandemic-inspired solitude feels like: a punishment.

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