A personal experience: adjusting to online learning

Max Auguliaro, Stroud Courier

I always felt that online classes, as opposed to in person classes, would be harder because the lack of in-person instruction makes it harder to connect and communicate. This is personally helpful to me because I know I need that little push in order to get a lot of my schoolwork done and I know I am not the only one who works like this. Online classes also require a lot more attention than in-person classes for the same reasons. Attention that I could otherwise use for other things, including my hobbies, and my much harder classes.


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