Ever since she became the teacher at her childhood school, momma Lory Fowler loved working with students. That was 20 years ago.
How To Oil Paint Learning Online
by Gloria Lincoln, RN, CGLM, at ezability.com
Taking classes online has several advantages over traditional face-to-face classes: no weekly or monthly tuition, no travel, and it’s free.
It’s still very important, however, to become familiar with many courses before starting.
Consider the first 20-30 minutes of class the beginning of the learning process and try to attend a session only on a lunchtime, or within your first week. If you’re attending the first few classes, this may create a boost in interest for your learning style.
If you’re using a class to establish a routine for your normal work-life flow, opt for one with a few staff counselors available to help you discuss what classes you’re taking online, and which ones you want to try to make a strong impression on your peers.
8 Dives Into Online Learning
While it’s still very important to start gradually, here are eight ways to get started and grow your digital learning.
1. Hit up the interactive homepage and explore the courses.
Example: Begin with a cross-cultural journey across a world. This tutorial helps you meet new people in diverse countries. You’ll take the trip by helicopter, train, bus, and just about any other means available to you.
2. Learn a language.
This tutorial will let you study and try out the easiest languages first and expand your vocabulary as you go.
3. Tackle a science topic.
If science is your favorite subject, you’ll want to take advantage of online classes in this sector to learn computer programming, robotics, biology, and more.
4. Design a learning website.
This tutorial will help you develop a master’s of html as you learn this topic.
5. Dive into research in science, health, and technology.
Learn how the modern world works from a new and real life perspective with this tutorial.
6. Gather experts to help you discover online lessons and resources.
Download the following and help yourself become an expert on topics of your choice with this online tutorial.
7. Get some practice in online learning.
This tutorial has you choose a subject and a course, and then pare down your information until you’re left with only the most essential information.
8. Get information and insights from Dr. Cara O’Connor.
Try the journal “The Online Education Program” and learn more about online learning at your favorite University.