Online learning is what you make it.
It can be a good experience or a bad one depending on your attitude.
If you think it will be difficult, it will be for you, but if you think of it as something new and exciting, it will be.
While doing the work with your teacher online, think of it as an opportunity to do some searching to enhance what the teacher brings up in the day’s lesson.
You can learn about searching for subjects online which will you well beyond the classroom.
You have a golden opportunity to learn more about the subjects in the day’s lesson after our classes are over for the day.
You also have the opportunity to learn about any subject that interests you an learn what you can find online that might be something not taught in class.
Many libraries have eBooks that you can borrow and read online if you have a library card. Check with your local library to see what they have to offer online.
It is really up to you what you make online learning. You may not have immediate teacher response to your questions but you could search for answers online and earn something new in the process. Does that sound like it might be fun?
With more and more schools and neighborhoods spiking in new infections, online learning may be with us for some time to come. Students will just have to make the best of a horrible situation because of the pandemic.
For those students considering college, many colleges and universities offer online courses to fit the schedule of people who work. Think of this time of online classes as practice for the future.
See? Online classes are what you make it, good, bad, or ugly it all depends on the student and how they look at it.
There are some benefits to online education.
First, safety because you don’t have to risk catching the virus.
Second, you can have reference sources close to you.
Third, you can take breaks and have food or something to drink close at hand.
Forth, your family could be close or a pet could keep you company while you work on your lessons.
Fifth, if you have a problem with a lesson, maybe there is a parent or older sibling that can help you with the answer.
When your day is over school wise, you could talk to your friends and see how they are doing with their lessons if you are in the same class. Maybe compare any notes you each have.
Online classes don’t require you to dress a particular way but to be there mentally and learn.
Enjoy learning while you can any way you can.
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