Updated: Jan 14
| by Thuy Truong, M.A. Ed., TPT Teaching and Coaching, 1/11/21|
Online learning moves faster than in-person learning, so that means information also moves faster, which leads to the opportunity for academic work to quickly snowball if a student doesn't have a game plan for organization. Digital education requires students to move at the rapid pace of computers and always be on the ready for what's next with minimal teachers' instruction and supervision. But all is not lost, students can learn to operate with efficiency and purpose while engaging in distance learning. Using the three organizational pillars below, students can achieve academic excellence with ease, convenience, and clarity.