Friday, 27 March 2020

8 Tips for Effective Online Learning

Keep discipline

Follow the MiniBoss course program and approved schedule. Organize your workspace so that you are comfortable, everything you need is at hand.Try not to be distracted. If possible, take breaks and move away from the computer.

Be active in learning

Your involvement, interest and attentiveness will help you better master the material, and online interactions - faster and easier to understand and apply the acquired knowledge.

Ask questions
Communication with like-minded people is an important practice for further work with team projects. Feedback in online training is needed in order to establish communication between participants. The format of "questions and answers", discussions and reasoning, are necessary to understand your own level of preparation and effective communication.

Always write notes and complete tasks in textbooks

Inspection helps to better remember information and, if necessary, easier to reproduce it.

Write reviews after classes or posts on social networks

Your feedback is the result of your learning analysis. What did you do? What didn’t work out? What got in the way? Answers will streamline thoughts, help analyze, and come to certain conclusions.

Complete homework

Leaving the online class, it is important to think over the information, understand and repeat what has been walked through, discuss with parents and friends, and apply the knowledge gained. This is as important as completing the solutions to problems in workbooks.

Keep motivation

You get amazing tools for your own survival - knowledge! Check how what you learned works. Additionally, read and watch videos on topics that are closest and you want to know more.

Support each other
Working remotely, the global MiniBoss family remains your trusted friend. We have a common goal - to maintain calm, common sense, to seek new solutions and opportunities in a world of uncertainty and global crisis.

Be healthy! And learn with pleasure!


Ken Robinson. Changing Education Paradigms