Best Practices for Learning Remotely

October 19, 2020 1 min read

Best Practices for Learning Remotely

Introduction:

At this point it’s easy to tell that remote education seems to be the way things are leaning throughout the world. Even if not for everyone this year, the future is trending digital & it’s best to be prepared, especially in the case of a ‘pandemic like shake up’. Knowing how to instantly adapt to new systems (tech based or not) is not an easy feat. It’s good to know how to practice taking small steps forward and keeping an eye on what’s important so you’re always ready for what’s coming. We’d also like to take a moment to acknowledge and appreciate the hard work & dedication from all those teachers, students & first responders who help make a difference.

How Can SCRIBZEE® help you learning from home:

Conclusion:

No matter how you’re learning this year we know you’ll be noteworthy! If you enjoyed this content be sure to check out our other blog posts. It takes a balance of skills, attitude & the right tools in order to pull off any kind of great feat. In the day-to-day tasks of school it’s easy to forget that working towards a degree is never straightforward, especially now having to navigate these new unknowns. For even more great resources be sure to follow us on our social media channels so you can make the most out of your online education.

 

Resources:

https://www.landmark.edu/research-training/blog/remote-learning-best-practices



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