Remote Learning Reflection

Starting last week, I moved to remote learning for all of my classes. Today, I learned that we will be finishing the semester through remote learning. During the first short week of remote learning, I learned that I do my best work in the morning when I can get it done and not have to stress about what I have to do for the rest of the day. Positives from remote learning include being able to have flexibility with my schedule and being at home with my family because I love spending time with my family. Negatives from the experience include not being able to have face-to-face classes or face-to-face interactions with friends. This experience has taught me that I do not necessarily need face-to-face class time, but it certainly increases the pace of which subjects can be taught. I am proud of myself for being able to keep a routine and get the work done that I had to. I am also proud of myself for staying organized and writing out the assignments that I need to complete by the end of the week along with when Zoom sessions are and when I need to go to physical therapy for my knee. It is definitely overwhelming to see the amount of work that I need to complete in a given week, but I plan on just taking things one day at a time and going from there.

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