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Learning To Deal With Your Education Independence

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Duration: 04:32
Suddenly managing yourself can be stressful. Hear students talk about how they deal with the independence that comes with online learning.
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Suddenly managing yourself can be stressful. Hear students talk about how they deal with the independence that comes with online learning.
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I didn't find like once I got into it with like maybe a couple of days like, and to get used to like working on my own and I didn't find it very difficult at all. Like I quite enjoyed it because I I think I had a lot of stress from being in school, so it helped with that. So the only thing I had to worry about was work. Um Yeah, I think that I like um definitely since like the long lockdown and even like the shorter ones this year and whenever we've been off because of cases in our school, I think that my functioning um in like a school environment has gotten so much worse. Like I'm so less productive now in like every single sense of the word um than like before all of this happened. So I think that I'm definitely like more suited to like a home learning environment, but I mean that I would understand that because you are with other people and you haven't been with people so long, but not when you see people you just don't want to work, you want to. Yeah, As well as that, it's when you're at home, it just when you're at home you get up when you want, when you've had enough sleep or you can set your own times for having breaks and how long you work for and for some people, that's very good because you are able to just like work on your own without look for me. I found it was very good because when I would start work, I would have like eating lunch or whatever. I would have been like, not tired. Whereas when I'm in school, sometimes it's so early on the first, like two periods, I don't register because I'm just like really tired. Um Like it just, it's not the best like a way to be able to focus and I can't I can't be in the class and just be like, yeah, I'm gonna take a break right now because like, it's just not something you can do. Whereas like, if I'm doing work at home and I'm like, I'm really not being productive right now, I can take that break where I do something for myself or I go get a cup of tea or whatever and then I go back. I'm like, okay, I can I can actually do work now because I like had that break to like rest myself. And so I think it works, it works well for me in that way. But if you're someone who like struggles with like maybe like executive dysfunction and you can't like get lists and things very well and you don't work through things on your own without having someone to direct you. Like um like there, I could understand how that would be very difficult to adjust to that style of learning I feel like I feel like are we like the minority for preferring like on one, learning to real life learning. Like what's the what's the general vibe. Yeah, I should have put a book a little bit. I should have put out like I don't want learning or not. But yeah, from what I'm hearing from other people, they like it that they can control it themselves. But of course everyone misses the social interaction and whole classrooms. That's honestly the only benefit to being a skill for me is I get to talk to people and like be with my friends, which is nice. But there is stress that comes with that as well because when I'm at home I can always talk to my friends through like facetime or whatever. Like um I can reach out in other ways. I think the majority of people really didn't like online learning from like what classes I've been in and what I could tell from like going back because I think people struggled with not seeing people. And I think one of the main problems I saw was that it felt like you were handing in assignments and things for no reason. Like you're just working through stuff without like a cause
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