Online classes positively impact students

Online classes aren’t for everyone and some will feel it can be harder for them to take one. But it helps others who take online classes so they have time to do work on their own time and maybe feel like accomplishing things by themselves. Whether someone has one, two or all online classes, they get to work at their own pace and get some work done as an individual which can be easier for some students.

It’s very helpful for people who take longer to learn something. Best of all it gives people more options.  Being at school all day can be very tiring and frustrating. Having an online or more can help a lot with stress and gives people breaks. There’s also huge variety in what’s offered for of online classes, including EFE and EFA in the Gull Lake community and Michigan Virtual.

An online class can also gives people more time to get things done, and they can choose when and where to do their work that works best for them. While some can’t handle not having a teacher their to make them  finish their assignments or having help them easily, online classes push students to be responsible and independent, and these are very important life skills for the future. It can help having these challenges earlier in life too, not to wait until a person is out on their own.

According to Illinois Online studying online requires more self motivation and time management skills, “because students will spend a lot of time on their own without someone physically close to keep them focused on deadlines.” Some people may struggle with that but most should have to deal with doing things on their own because it is a big part of life.  There are many choices students can choose from to take including math, history, science and English and electives like most of the classes students can take in school.

Overall, online classes have many benefits, and they can help certain people do better in school. Students can take many different types of classes so they have a wide range of classes to take.

Rylee Hovanec

Rylee Hovanec

I am a sophomore at Gull Lake High School. I play volleyball, basketball, and I run track. I live with my mom, dad, and I have a cat. I enjoy playing sports and I have been playing them most of my life. I like to hangout with friends and family, watch TV/movies, listen to music and relax.

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