Menos Hiras: How to Continue Schoolwork Indoors During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Law student Menos Hiras provides tips for succeeding in school online amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on to learn more.
Holmdel, New Jersey (PRUnderground) April 13th, 2020
Students this spring may find it challenging to transition to taking classes online rather than attending a brick-and-mortar classroom amid COVID-19 fears. However, students can still succeed in an online learning environment if they employ the right strategies, according to successful law student Menos Hiras. Here is a rundown on the top tips from Hiras for continuing schoolwork indoors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dress for Success Each Day
Students who are taking classes online may feel tempted to remain in their pajamas when logging into their school portals. However, according to Hiras, dressing in regular school clothes will put them in more of a learning mindset. This mindset will make it easier for them to focus on their upcoming papers and projects, rather than spending more time than they should lounging around the house.
Create a Solid Routine
Another move that can help students to excel in the online classroom is to establish daily routines for themselves. For instance, they may want to duplicate the normal rituals they used to perform on class days. These may include making a cup of black coffee or even working out before the first class of the day. Like getting dressed before class, this can help students to mentally prepare for their study times.
Turning off distractions is also a smart practice for today’s online students, according to Hiras. These distractions may range from a smartphone to a webcam and a microphone. Other potential distractions include television or music. Doing this may help students to remain focused while tackling their schoolwork.
Create a Functional Workspace
Students can additionally improve their online schooling experiences by creating workspaces for themselves. Perhaps they normally like to study in their dorm rooms, at the library, or at coffee shops. While studying at home, they may want to create similar spaces in their homes to help them to remain focused on their schoolwork.
About Menos Hiras
In addition to excelling in law school, Menos Hiras provides tips on his website for readers who are interested in learning how to apply for law school. Hiras additionally uses his site to teach students how to prepare for the LSAT, or the Law School Admission Test. However, he also provides general learning advice that any student may find helpful. Hiras’s ultimate aim is to help students throughout the United States to maximize their learning experiences in the months and years ahead.
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