1. Create a daily schedule.
Keeping a daily routine or schedule can assist in maintaining motivation for attending online lectures and staying on task with weekly assignments. I follow the schedule I would have had for the spring quarter. My Mondays and Wednesdays consist of my Focal Point Seminar and Cost and Managerial Accounting classes, while my Tuesdays and Thursdays protein to my United States History and Principles of Management classes, and my EDGE shifts.
2. Use a planner or calendar.
I am someone who swears by having a planner and who uses it every day. It helps to make sure I am completing the necessary assignments on time and allows me to make note of when it is time to start studying for larger exams. You can also decorate your planner to make it more personalized.
3. Make a daily to-do list.
Making a daily to-do list can help keep you organized. Similar to using a planner, a list can help break down the tasks that need to be done throughout the day. These tasks do not have to just be academically related, you can include things like working out or do laundry.
4. Actually attend your online Zoom meetings and be actively engaged.
Being at home can make it easy to sleep through class or to even log into Zoom and go back to sleep while the class is taking place. While this option is tempting for those 8 AM lectures, being actively engaged will help you get more out of your classes and do better in the course as a whole.
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