Learning on-line can be difficult. Here are some ideas and tools that can be used to help during this time of schooling on-line.
Make a space to learn and study.
A place that is comfortable, well light, and not too noisy is what you should try to create.
Try to have enough space to spread out and not have your work piled on top of itself.
Make room for your computer.
You will be learning on-line using your computer for video connections to your class. Your work space will need room for you to watch videos and take notes from the class.
Keep track of ideas.
A corkboard is a useful tool to have in your work space. You can use it to put ideas, notes, and lists of things you want to remember and know where they are.
Plan your time.
Keep a schedule. Plan your time wisely. There are many tools to help you keep track of what you are doing and when you are doing it. (www.plannerpads.com) is an excellent paper organizer and planner. Your computer, mobile phone, and smart watch also has a calendar to schedule your classes, appointments, study time, and free time.
Connect with classmates.
Be in touch with classmates. Get together on-line to help each other understand the class material, review, practice, and study for tests.
Take care of yourself. Give yourself time every day to relax and take care of your mental health.
Ask for help.
Ask Mr. Phil. firstname.lastname@example.org
Ask your teacher.
Ask your friend(s).
Ask your family.
Ask your doctor.
Don't keep questions or emotions to yourself. Get answers for your questions and concerns.
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