COVID-19 has revolutionized the world in many ways, but the change with the greatest impact must be the switch from traditional to remote education. School was hard enough before without the added confusion that comes from having no separation between home and school. So, how do you make the most of your digital education?
Step One: Are pants absolutely necessary? Comfort is key!
Step Two: Take off your glasses so they can’t see your quickly diminishing productivity scrolling by in the reflection. Stay engaged!
Step Three: Weighted blankets make nice stand-ins for people. Ask for help!
We all know that Simon’s Rock students are best known for their inability to slow down and allow themselves to be imperfect. The most important thing to remember during remote learning is that (I know it’s cheesy; just go with it) your worth is not defined by your productivity. So, do whatever works best for you and hold on. Life extends beyond the frozen pixels on your Zoom call.
I hope you’re doing well. I’m reaching out to ask/let you know that [reason for emailing]. [Further elaboration/explanation of attached files if applicable]. Thank you for all of your help, I appreciate it!
El Selberg. Elizabeth Selberg is a sophomore at Simon's Rock and the Vice President of The Weekly Cad.