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Exercise for Students with an Online Learning Lifestyle

January 8th, 2018 by

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Education has modified its platform to positively impact more students through different mediums. Meaning, identical courses are now being taught in different environments (i.e. online and hybrid). Specifically, online education has increased in popularity over the last decade, as it provides individuals with significantly more learning opportunities that were not present, prior to its existence. With that being said, many students with an online learning lifestyle may feel that it is problematic to perform regular exercise, as this a discipline that typically is conducted in an in-person or face-to-face environment. However, online education is now making steps towards creating exercise courses that will be eventually offered and provides instruction to this student population, like any other course (e.g. mathematics, history, etc.).


What’s Your Learning Style?

January 5th, 2018 by
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What’s Your Learning Style?

When it comes to learning (and not just learning through an online school, but in all forms), there are different “styles of learning.” And it’s really important to understand what your personal learning style is so that you can get the most out of your education.

In its most simplified form, there are three core learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.

We’ll go over each of these three learning styles and help you to get a quick overview of which one you might be.


Learn to Balance Online School Workload & Screen Time

August 30th, 2017 by

Getting online for both work, school, and recreation has become a convenience for many people. However, there are also studies that show too much screen time can be harmful to health because it can cause us to sit for long periods of time and cause possible weight and sleep problems. Luckily, when you find a way to balance online school workload and screen time, students will be able to get the work completed for online classes and still be able to enjoy some watching the television and playing games on the iPad.


Time Management Tips for Virtual School Students

August 9th, 2017 by

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Successful time management is a skill that is extremely beneficial for all students, at all levels. However, virtual school students will be faced with a unique set of challenges because the classroom setting will be unique from traditional schools and the courses will be presented online. Virtual students will be more responsible for managing their time and keeping up with class work because scheduling and time will not be measured by bells are handled completely by teachers. The student will have a much larger role in planning their day and keeping up with it, and here we provide time management tips for virtual student to help improve your success.


How Online Students Can Be More Productive

July 31st, 2017 by

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There are a lot of benefits to being an online student, and there are some students out there that can make it seem like it comes naturally to be productive and achieve everything on their schedule with ease. However, trust that being productive takes effort and thoughtfulness, and all students can achieve this. Here are a few tips to help online students be more productive in their day and more successful in their school work.


How Online Schools Can Help You Succeed in Other Areas of Life

July 16th, 2017 by

The school your child goes to will make an impact on all areas of their life, and as parents, you of course want to see them succeed in everything from their hobbies to their future careers. Online schools have shown to help students succeed in other areas of life beyond academics, as well as to further expand their goals when it comes to further educations. Here we like at the primary ways online schools help you succeed in other areas of life, but trust that you will notice more as you go forward with the curriculum.


7 Myths About Online Schooling

July 7th, 2017 by

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Online schooling is an ideal way for students to make the most of their education while also keeping a flexible schedule. Many parents have found this style of schooling to be invaluable because it allows their kids to participate in other academic and extra-curricular activities without the constraints of a traditional schedule. However, even with these benefits and more, there are still some people that shy away from it because of a few myths out there about online schooling. Here we debunk 7 of them.


How to Prepare for a Transition to Online Schooling

June 22nd, 2017 by

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Transitioning to online schooling is an experience that more and more middle and high schoolers are going through. Online schooling provides a more flexible schedule and you get access to a sound education that will help you succeed, whether your goals are to go to college, enter the workforce after high school, or simply excel at other activities in your future. However, as with any transition in life, you need to be prepared for the transition. Here are a few ways to prepare yourself for a transition to online schooling.


6 Ways to Help Your Child Concentrate on School Work

June 8th, 2017 by

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Childhood comes with a lot of challenges, particularly when it comes to school work, and one of the most common is trying to find a way to concentrate and stay focused. While each child will differ in the way they learn and retain information, there are a few tried and true ways to keep the attention of the student on the task at hand. Here are six ways to help your child concentrate on school work so that they can excel at academics.


How to Prepare for the 2017-2018 Online School Year

June 1st, 2017 by

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Once you and your child have decided that online school is the best choice for the 2017-2018 school year, it can be both an exciting and overwhelming time. Once you schedule classes, you may feel better about the upcoming year, but you are not done just yet! There are a few things you can do that will ensure you are prepared for the school year and that it runs smoothly. Here we provide a few tips that will help you and your child stay proactive so that you enjoy a successful academic year.