The Importance of Studying Routinely
Humans, by nature, put off things until the last minute. Then, more often than not, we fail spectacularly at said things. To circumvent this problem, we need to plan things better, especially when it comes to studies. Listed below are some important things that will help you develop a routine, and in turn be better at studying.
Have a section in your house dedicated to online learning. Invest in headphones, microphone, a webcam, and anything else you might need to study online. Minimise distractions and work with your family and friends to establish boundaries so you can stay focussed.
Update Yourself Regularly
To stay abreast of the latest learning technologies, it’s important to test yourself for what you’re good at and areas of improvement. Check out sites like Tutoras, who have tests for Spelling Bee Challenge and Public Examinations tests for young learners. These sites are good for moulding young learners to be future leaders.
Consider alternate methods of keeping abreast of things, like virtual reality. VR (Virtual Reality) is a great way to interact with your environment, virtually, without actually being there. You can play with the fishes underwater, or fly with birds high above. More importantly, you can interact with virtual environments and learn new things.
Consider the VR games at Tutoras. They teach you English through a number of virtual reality games. They have games like the Magic Kitchen that allows you to learn English in a really interesting way, among others.
Join a Virtual Group
Switching suddenly from a class with people, to an online class in which you’re the only participant in a physical location can be a daunting task, and it may be very difficult to adjust to.
Perhaps it is time to join to a virtual study group, in which you connect with your classmates and peers. Applications like Zoom, Facebook Messenger, Skype, Zoom, and WhatsApp can help you connect with like-minded people.
Make learning more interesting by introducing game learning. Games have been used as learning tools since forever. Chess has been used as a way to teach strategic thinking since the Middle Ages. Game learning has players/learners work towards a common goal, performing actions and experiencing the result of these actions, and in turn, learning the right way of doing things.