Online learning has become the new norm in the pandemic world. With social distancing practices on high priority, some of the biggest educational institutes have shifted their courses to an online setting.
While it is certainly a safe call for students and teachers alike, the abrupt change in the class environment means students do not have a designated study space, which proves to be a challenge when they’re trying to concentrate in class.
But worry not! Today, we’ll give you some quick tips on making online classes a bit more organized while the world works to get everything back to normal.
Pick A Secluded Spot
While classrooms have always been filled with multiple people and a lot of chattering, having the same kind of noise at home can make online classes difficult to concentrate on.
You should prioritize picking a space in your home where you know you’ll be left alone. You could even hand over your class schedule to your family, so they don't barge into your room or fire up the blender and cause undue distractions.
Give them a set time, so they know how long to be quiet, and you can concentrate on your classes without any loud noises playing in the background.
Keep Your Bag Organized
Sometimes, what you need is a visual reminder of your school days. Sure, you may not be visiting campus. But having elements of a regular school day can prevent you from disconnecting from your study plans.
An easy way to achieve this is to use your school bag. Yes, even though you aren't leaving your home. Having a routine where you pack your bag with the school books you need and pull them out during class will make you feel like you’re still there. You can even use coat hooks to keep your backpack near your study space so you won’t have to worry about extra clutter!
Study Near Natural Light
Studying in a dark and gloomy room can make you internalize those feelings. It can cause you to drift off, lose concentration or worse, fall asleep!
Bright light, especially natural light is a great way to boost your productivity. It pushes you to remain concentrated on your work and to sit next to a big window or sliding door can even help you get some much-needed Vitamin D you might be missing out on due to lockdown!
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