Managing online classes can be hard. It’s not like traditional campus-based classes require students to have a strong ability to create and stick to a schedule. Between class times, club meetings, homework, and jobs or work-study, it never feels like there’s room for error in scheduling day-to-day life.
This becomes amplified for students taking online classes. While you may not need to account for physical classroom time, there is usually significantly more reading and homework to make up for the lost in-person experience. This, in tandem with the fact that many online students are balancing jobs and families, can make online classes challenging to manage. Here are some tips that can help you achieve managing online classes on a busy schedule: