No one was prepared for 100% virtual learning, and we all know there are a lot of students (and parents for that matter) struggling,
This virtual learning is also the absolute best opportunity for students to see how they'll perform in college and life after school. It requires that students work hard, set their own schedules, remain organized, and work largely on their own to complete assignments. The problem is that school has largely not prepared students for this!
That's why we put together this easy-to-follow guide for students and parents to put families on the right track for complete or partial distance learning this school year.
1. Make a Schedule
2. Find a Good Spot
3. Avoid Distractions
4. Be Active & Analog (i.e. not digital)
Each of these skills and sets of tips is just as applicable in college or at school when not in distance learning, but now is the perfect time to practice self-discipline and work on those skills.