It’s new. It’s different. It can be frustrating. It’s probably how you’re experiencing school these days. It’s online education. The coronavirus has rapidly expanded the adoption of online, virtual and distance learning, from college all the way down to elementary school. As a relatively new practice, schools, students and staff have all had to make adjustments to their curriculums and their expectations. Students may be wondering – how can I be successful in online school? How can I make it work for me? Our new Online Education section has the answers to all of your online learning questions.
Within our new Online Education section, you’ll find tips on how to stay focused and productive during online classes, when and how to reach out to your online teachers and professors, and the l is a brand-new experience. High schoolers should brush up on new online class skills like do’s and don’ts of virtual classroom etiquette. We have resources for students with disabilities seeking accommodations and students taking classes across time zones. We’ll guide you in understanding the pros and cons of online, hybrid and in-person classes, and how your college campus can support you even at a distance. To round out the section, we have a robust FAQ with answers to both high school and college students’ questions.
Transitioning to online learning may have thrown a curveball in your school plans for this year. Our online education section will help you get on track so you can make the most of a virtual school year. And when you need advice on everything from standardized tests to the Common App to picking the right school, try searching through Scholarships.com’s Resources section. We’ve been through it all and can give our expert advice on tackling all things higher education.