Nolan Perry

Oh, The chaos, we are all trying to figure out what is going on and getting into a rhythm. I decided to share some tips for online distance learning that I like and have been using so far.

  • Set A Schedule
    • Quizlet user HannahCharisJust says: “Same time, same place, every day. Just like you are going to class. Go up to your desk. If you’re studying in a bedroom, make your bed. I know this sounds crazy, but it will actually help you concentrate.”
  • Have a Designated Space
    • If you can, find a place to learn that isn’t your bedroom so you can keep your bed for sleeping and relaxing. Quizlet user maya7869 says “I listen to ASMR or music with no words to create a sense of white noise around me, as I find it helps me concentrate.” For example, I have spent time at my friend Sean’s House, and me and him work at the same time, and yell at each other that we need to focus.

2 thoughts on “Surviving the #CoronaBreak Online School

    1. The Idea of Social Distancing is to “flatten the curve” or the spread of the virus to others outside your Immediate Household. Even having a friend over who looks well can spread the virus, and going to parks or something with kids for a playdate is still negative, because kids would have to stay 6 feet away from one another, as you can imagine, it would be hard for a 7 year old. For more information on situations and how social distancing works, take a look at this NPR Article written by Maria Godoy and Allison Aubrey with Collaboration from various Doctors and Researchers. https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2020/03/17/817251610/its-time-to-get-serious-about-social-distancing-here-s-how

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