Students That Take Online Degrees Need To Stay Motivated, Confident Learners!

For a student to succeed in an online class, he or she must embrace the process of learning and succeed in the class. But being motivated in the class is not enough, the student must be independent in making sure they grasp every concept presented in the class.

All the assignments and final exams in an online class can be given in a digital format. Students will receive their assignments through email which they can print out and store in a folder or their planner. The assignments can be complex and challenging and in these cases, the student should prepare the material thoroughly. After completing the assignments, the student should read through them carefully to check their correctness.

The final exam can also be given in a digital format. Most exam centers allow the final exam to be given either by computer or by paper. Students should follow the guidelines given by the exam center to prepare for the final exam. Most exam centers will provide the student with the correct materials to prepare for the final exam.

Independence means the ability to use what is taught in class to choose your questions or to leave the class if it becomes too difficult. When students can take their final exams whenever they want, they become independent learners and gain the motivation to work on their assignments.

Independence also means being able to take part in class discussions and also making your own choices, not following the rules of the class nor following someone else’s choices. Independence means not being a follower or a worker.

The student should be involved in class discussions and the class should be a place where they can discuss and come up with their own choices. Students should also be able to decide the course that they want to take, even when it’s a difficult one. If a student wants to take a difficult final exam, he should be allowed to do so without supervision. Students should also be allowed to choose the topics to discuss in class, and they should also be allowed to choose their questions. Students should also be allowed to decide on their own the timing of the class.

The final exam is only for the purpose of grading the results and the final exam questions. It’s the teacher’s decision if the student can challenge the results after the exam or not. The final exam is meant to give a final grade for the entire year’s worth of lessons. The final exam doesn’t mean that the student has passed all lessons. The final exam is just an important part of passing the class. However, passing the class is supposed to be all that matters, but some students just want to reach the first step of graduation with a smile.

Most students have chosen the course which they believe they can handle and they are right. The class only consists of learners who are willing to accept the teacher’s final decisions. There are no mistakes and only students who make it through all lessons are allowed to graduate. The final exam can be removed from future lessons if it is too difficult or if the students are just so overwhelmed that it takes too much time to study.

At the same time, it is not an excuse for not finishing the lessons. The students should be allowed to study the right way, according to their interests. But if the class is to graduate with a smile, then it is imperative that the final exam be accepted and a final grade given.

Note:

It’s common to be critical of the teacher’s decision, but it’s not an excuse for not completing lessons. In fact, the students are supposed to be more critical in their lessons because the lessons are supposed to be for their benefit. If the final exam was not mandatory, the class would have stopped with zero points in hand at the first lesson. The lesson would not have been given the required amount of points. Therefore, even if there were multiple choices, the correct answer should be given. In other words, students should follow the learning rule.

“We should use the time in learning for the student’s own good. Let the student choose how much of the time they spend learning. Let him choose what they spend their learning time on. Let them choose what they learn by how much they want to learn.” – Jean Houston