Tips to help online studying for students
Technology has gradually played a pivotal role in the learning process of students around the world. Perhaps one breakthrough in technology that arguably stands above the rest is the internet. The internet has proven instrumental in facilitating the learning process of students at school. And with this new learning environment comes a new way to approach the learning process.
In this article, we’ll be sharing some useful tips for helping students adapt to their online learning environment.
With online learning, it can be easy to get overwhelmed with the number of deadlines, projects and resources to keep track of. The key is to organize and keep track of those ongoing projects and deadlines. Experiment with different methods of staying organized. Some students may find a simple to-do list works fine for them, while others may need a more visual method of keeping track of things, such as a calendar or color-coded organizers.
Taking breaks in intervals is just as important for effective studying. Especially now that you’re not in a classroom environment where everyone is doing the same thing, it can be easy to lose track of how long you’ve been studying for. Therefore, set a timer and take short breaks to rejuvenate your focus and attention span.
Dedicate a space to study
Something that we often overlook is the actual workspace that is used for studying. It’s important to dedicate a space specifically for studying. Some guidelines to help you create an effective studying space: place the desk near a natural light source such as a window, remove any unnecessary fixtures to minimize distraction, and a seat and desk that promotes good posture and ergonomics to prevent fatigue.
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IPEKA Integrated Christian School (IICS) envisions a future where the next generation of world leaders are built through academic education and character-building based on the teachings of Christ. We believe that having solid fundamental values is just as important as academic knowledge in order to make an impact on the community and the world.