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The Reflection

Virtual classes welcome change

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Virtual learning is great for students and has a lot of benefits, one of which is the flexibility. You can complete your course work at any time, anywhere and whenever you want. You become your own teacher, really, since you don’t have to sit and listen or wait for the next day to get your assignment; you have freedom to learn 24/7.

If you are out of town or absent for a day of school, you won’t miss anything if you are on virtual, whereas in traditional high school classes, if you miss a day, you could be putting yourself at risk of missing a few lessons and assignments that were due in that class.

If a person has effective time management, an online education gives a welcome environment for kids who have busy schedules or have work or sports after school. They save time, too, not having to meet with teachers or having to be in this certain place to take a test or quiz. Even though online classes test and quizzes are time-based, students can  still take it whenever they want.

Finally, in virtual classes, students get immediate feedback on tests. In a regular class, you have to wait until the teacher is done grading it, and, if a student is absent, then he or she   has to wait even longer for that test to be completed andgraded. It’s just too time consuming when it should be immediate.

For all of these reasons, virtual classes are better for students who have a busy schedule and would like a class that doesn’t require an instructor to teach them the lesson in person.


ravelle johnson
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My name is Ravelle Johnson, I went to Albion Public Schools until 7th grade.  After Albion Public Schools was shut down, I  transferred to Marshall Middle School. I spent my 7th and 8th years there. My mother found a new job in Battle Creek, and we looked around for new schools.  Gull Lake offered the best education system and freshman year, I attended Gull Lake High School.

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