What's it like to learn from home?

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These are very different times for all of us, with big changes in how we communicate, learn and spend our free time.

As you might have seen, the whole team at the BNC are now working from home as we keep making resources for teachers, parents and you! You also watch Tiff's video diary on this page.

So, what's it like to learn from home for you?

You can comment below to share your experiences:

  • How has being home changed the way you learn?
  • What's been the best thing about learning from home?
  • How are you discussing the news with others?
  • How are you staying in touch with school?
  • Do you have any tips for others?

We'd love to hear how you're finding things! Add your comments below!

Comments (124)

  • free_king | Whyteleafe School C
    31 Mar 2020

    its really stressful

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    1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC
      free_king's comment 31 Mar 2020

      Can you explain why?

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    2. Phoenix-logo-250x250.jpg great_leopard | Phoenix Primary School
      free_king's comment 01 Apr 2020

      Why do you think it's stressful?

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      1. global-conversation.png motivated_hen | Mwangaza Secondary School | Kenya
        great_leopard's comment 20 Apr 2020

        I think it stressful to study at home because,for example I might have a difficulty in something and the person to help me is not near

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      2. global-conversation.png thankful_guineapig | Sheikh Khalifa Secondary | Kenya
        great_leopard's comment 20 Apr 2020

        It's really stressful as I really try to concentrate on the work given by the teachers as the assignment and tomorrow reaches without you finishing it. There are a lot of distraction from so many things around the house and also from the family members. It's really hard to attend all the online classes sometimes

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      3. global-conversation.png magnificent_plantain | Donholm Primary School | Kenya
        great_leopard's comment 20 Apr 2020

        It's only stressful when it comes to a question that maybe your parents don't and you need teacher's assistance,and sometime the younger ones make noise that you can't concentrate.Thanks

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    3. global-conversation.png sensible_jackfruit | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
      free_king's comment 17 Apr 2020

      For me learning at home is not stressful. I'm saying this because it helps me a little. I have always been given time to learn.
      sensible_jackfruit

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      1. global-conversation.png Achimota Basic School | Ghana
        sensible_jackfruit's comment 20 Apr 2020

        That's interesting to hear. I think is equally good to learn alongside other students from afar. Thank you.

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    4. global-conversation.png magnificent_plantain | Donholm Primary School | Kenya
      free_king's comment 20 Apr 2020

      The best part learning is that you have your parents there and they concentrate on whatever one is doing.l also get enough time to play with my friends.

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School happy_fact | Lyons Hall Primary School B
    31 Mar 2020

    How has being home changed the way you learn? Learning from home has changed the way I learn because I can not work with a friend and I am having to find work for myself to do online or in the packs that we have been given by our class teachers. What's been the best thing about learning from home? The best thing about learning from home has been doing some of my work in my pyjamas which I would otherwise not be able to do. How are you discussing the news with others? I am always asking my parents about what is going on in the world or I will watch the news to find out myself. How are you staying in touch with the school? We have been reminded that if we have a problem we are more than welcome to contact the school. Us pupils are also staying in contact over FaceTime. Do you have any tips for others? Keep your heads up because we will see an end to this soon and everything will be back to normal. :)
    That's all from me,
    Thanks for reading,
    happy_fact :)

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    1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC
      happy_fact's comment 31 Mar 2020

      Great advice, happy_fact! I think the BNC team should try wearing pjamas too!

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  • Boutcher-logo-250x250.jpg honorable_wallaby | Boutcher C of E Primary School B
    31 Mar 2020

    Learning from home for me is amazing because it is a bit like school time at home though. It also helps you to acknowledge your learning and develop new skills . It helps you to experience new ways of learning at home with your parents as well as your teachers.

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School reliable_fig | Lyons Hall Primary School B
    01 Apr 2020

    I think it is not very easy to work from home because you don't have an actual teacher which isn't very good if your parents can't answer an important question on how to do something. However, i think there should be a website where you can call your class teacher or a teacher from lower years or even a from different school so you can ask any questions you want. I personally really miss school but I don't mind when it's sunny because I can go and play in the garden, but it hasn't been very sunny this week so I haven't really been able to. I think it is really great because teachers at my school are reading Harry Potter and the philosophers stone on YouTube so I would recommend that, all you have to type in lyons Hall and it will come up and you can watch the chapters one by one. I would also recommend P.E with Joe which is baisicly a pe session just on YouTube and this Friday he is dressing up in fancy dress, I think it's really good because it lightens the mood a little bit and he plays good music in the background. Also, on YouTube you can watch Edinburgh live zoo cam which is where you can watch nearly all animals live including killer whales and polar bears! I hope you do some of these they are all really good.
    Thanks for reading,
    reliable_fig

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      reliable_fig's comment 01 Apr 2020

      Thank you for all these recommendations, reliable_fig!

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  • Michael-Faraday-logo-250x250.jpg memorable_orchard | Michael Faraday School
    01 Apr 2020

    Learning from home is moreover home-schooling but you are your teacher. Learning from home has changed my learning; we cannot do P.E like we normally would and my family does not like noise, so I can not be that much physical activity indoors. However, I do have a tip for anyone who is like me. Yoga is still physical education and it is quite a quiet event, so it won't be disruptive for anyone in your household. In addition to my point made, Yoga is quite easy to find on any search engine and it is very beneficial as it prevents stress and keeps you flexible and strong! Learning from home has also been quite different; I am allowed to plan my sessions. My school only gives us Maths and English to practice, leaving the afternoon lessons up to me and sometimes I am left completely clueless whereas I normally have a teacher who plans out the day for me. Here is a tip if you do not know what to study about or you've finished your whole pack already. You could get an encyclopedia, where Maths, English (and additional topics!) are packed into there and they are normally 300 pages so they will take a while to finish. If you don't have an encyclopedia, you can always be creative and make your lessons. For example, if you would like to do geography, you can easily grab a pen/pencil and a piece of paper and simply search up different facts about it. If you were doing China, you could search up their language, their food etcetera.

    Thank you for reading, and I hope you take my advice!

    memorable_orchard.

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  • Phoenix-logo-250x250.jpg great_leopard | Phoenix Primary School
    01 Apr 2020

    I think it is not very easy to work from home because there is nobody to explain it to you which makes it a lot harder for you to understand, but if you had a website where you could contact your teachers it would be way better since you could talk to them about it. Also, if you started well in your homework and you were cock-a-pit and abruptly you found a question which was difficult and your parents didn't understand the question either, there will be nobody to help you.

    It has changed the way I learn and other people learn because it helps you teach you how to have independence. Also, instead of asking a teacher, if you don't have a website to contact them, you could try to search up how to do what you are struggling in, which makes it undemanding for you to do.


    I'd recommend when it comes to learning put the same or even more effort into what you are doing.

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  • Arnhem-Wharf-logo-250x250.jpg willing_flight | Arnhem Wharf Primary School
    01 Apr 2020

    I enjoy working from home however it is quite hard since our teachers might not always be online and you don't know. So if you wanted to ask a question you might even have to wait for a few hours before you can even start your work. On the other hand, it is quite enjoyable because I wake up early in the morning do all my work and then for the rest of my day, I get free time which I am happy about. Sadly I can only talk to my friends online and I can't meet them since on the news it said that if they find people who are not family together they might have to pay a fine.
    Hopefully, schools will be open before summer holidays otherwise it would be rare if I ever see my friends again because I am in year 6.
    -Willing_Flight

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  • Birchwood-logo-250x250.jpg jubilant_horse | Birchwood C of E Primary School
    01 Apr 2020

    In my opinion, it is quite boring to work from home because there is nothing else to do all day when you have finished your work. It is also hard to understand things when there are no teachers to help you or your friends to help you. It is also very easy to get distracted by the things around you because you can or anyone else in your house can turn on a television or the radio and focus on those and not your work. On the other hand, it is fun to work form home because you do not have to get dressed in the morning or leave your bed and you can wake up whenever you want, just at a reasonable time. I have used open-mindedness because I showed examples form both sides of the argument. However, I believe that it is boring with no school.

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    1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC
      jubilant_horse's comment 02 Apr 2020

      Watch out for lots more activities on the Hub - we hope that they will give you lots to think about!

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  • Birchwood-logo-250x250.jpg beloved_alligator | Birchwood C of E Primary School
    02 Apr 2020

    Well working at home is like school but with out teachers.

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  • Hammond School logo outgoing_piano | Hammond Junior School E
    02 Apr 2020

    I personally find it stressful because not only does my entire family being confined into one fairly tiny space extremely tenses the atmosphere but it demotivates me as I do not have the pleasure of being able to talk and interact with my freinds.

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    1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC
      outgoing_piano's comment 02 Apr 2020

      I'm sorry to hear that. Hopefully the suggestions from your other BNC friends will give you some ideas to lift your spirits.

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  • Hammond School logo admirable_cheetah | Hammond Junior School E
    02 Apr 2020

    Really really really bad because if you have a sister or brother .
    For me I have a brother he is so unhelpful

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    1. Arnhem-Wharf-logo-250x250.jpg willing_flight | Arnhem Wharf Primary School
      admirable_cheetah's comment 02 Apr 2020

      That is really sad my mother got my family an extra laptop because me and my sisters fight a lot and as well just so we have free time I do work as soon a I wake up.

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  • Hammond School logo admirable_cheetah | Hammond Junior School E
    03 Apr 2020

    Only some times he is helpful but most of the time he is unhelpful.*-*:(

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  • Birchwood-logo-250x250.jpg smart_parrot | Birchwood C of E Primary School
    03 Apr 2020

    I Like learning at home because I get to go on the school websites and communicate with my friends.

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  • Brompton Westbrook logo cheerful_deer | Brompton Westbrook Primary School
    03 Apr 2020

    home learning to me working hard to meet the goals set by my teacher and sometime I find it strange as it isn't a classroom I am work in. I am work with my family and my young brother to meet goals I need to reach higher stages and better myself. I also sometime feel as if it is like just doing homework.

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School agreeable_newspaper | Lyons Hall Primary School C
    03 Apr 2020

    My experience of learning from home is that you can go on electronics after you've finished your work for the day, you can do experiments, you can cook your own lunch and you can get up as late as you want and as well as this you can go on computers to do online learning e.g times tables rockstars and Burnet news club.

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  • St-Barnabas-logo-250x250.jpg lively_lobster | St Barnabas C of E Primary School
    03 Apr 2020

    It is very strange working from home because when I’m home which is usually on the weekends I would be on my phone or iPad so it’s very strange and it’s the system that we are not seeing our teachers and friends that change it the most. It’s very upsetting being away from your friends and teachers because you see them most days . I really hope we go back into school soon because I miss my teacher and friends. It’s very weird.

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  • Crampton-logo-250x250.jpg inspired_petal | Crampton Primary School
    06 Apr 2020

    I think working from home is very difficult. I think this because if your parents are at work and you don't have a tutor or an older sibling who can help you with your work,it will be hard because that is what teachers and school is for,they are supposed to teach you how to do your work and if you don't have someone who can help you, you may struggle with the task

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  • Brompton Westbrook logo illuminated_ibex | Brompton Westbrook Primary School
    09 Apr 2020

    I don’t like working at home because all the things I need for school @ home are on one device but my sister’s stuff is on there too! Since my sister is in secondary school I have to wait until she is done with her work. I spend my precious break and lunch break filling in my work! So unfair!😡

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  • St-Gregorys-logo-250x250.jpg charismatic_location | St Gregory's Catholic Primary School
    13 Apr 2020

    both because i like being teach at home but at the same time not this is my reason why
    firstly the reason why i like it is because you have your family with you when we need help and when you are stuck they will demonstrate how to do the method.When you need company they will be their

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  • Faringdon-logo-250x250.jpg accomplished_reality | Faringdon Community College
    14 Apr 2020

    There are pros and cons of working at home. For instance, It is a good thing because you are more relaxed and have more freedom to have breaks more often or have your lunch or break at different times. It is also good because when you are at home you have the choice to do work whenever throughout the day and can start earlier, later and end earlier or later. However, their are many problems with working at home. First of all, you don't have your teachers. This is a problem because if you get stuck or struggle to do something, then you don't have the help you need. I mean your parents can help right?; not mine. Another reason it is bad to work at home is that you often get distracted. For instance: if you were doing some English homework (writing a story or something similar) while watching TV you wouldn't exactly get much done! Last reason is that if you do not have a computer or compatible device to do some of your school work, then you can't do it! However most people do but only have one or two. It is also a problem when you only have one computer because especially when your mum or dad are working or your brother/sister are using it, then you can't use it. This then becomes a real problem when your mum/dad are on a call with work and you are supposed to be doing a live stream with school.

    This is a very one-sided argument but there is not a massive amount of positives about being in lockdown and learning from home. As explained earlier on, in this argument, the only real positive of lockdown is having some freedom and being with your parents and brothers/sisters. This is mainly based on what I experience at home as I do not know what you experience and cope with at home.

    Thanks,
    accomplished_reality

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    1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC
      accomplished_reality's comment 14 Apr 2020

      Good reasoning, accomplished_reality! I am sure lots of other people share your frustrations.

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  • global-conversation.png excellent_photograph | Rhemaville Christian Academy | Nigeria
    16 Apr 2020

    Learning from home has a lot of problems that come along with it. Although it is possible to create a school like environment for yourself ,it's quite hard and it requires some time to get the hang of it. One of the major problems I face is the presence of lots of distractions. The TV ,cellphone,siblings , and even parents could interfere with learning at home. Overcoming distractions is not really my thing so I figured out the best way to ensure that I learn without distractions is forcing myself to study. I do this by making sure that I present a summary of what I have learnt during the day to the whole family at the end of every day. The best thing about learning from home is that though there are no teachers, the internet could give wide range of information on a particular subject matter. Having a copy of the school curriculum has also been helpful because I can follow a specific path while studying and at the same time read outside the curriculum. During my freetime I read web novels or watch the news with my parents which is quite beneficial to me. I usually talk to some of my teachers on Skype and they are really helpful because I can get answers to questions that I ask while studying. I recommend enrolling for online courses which could be really helpful. I'm currently enrolled for a python programming course on Edx. Watching educational YouTube videos is really advisable because it's a kind of substitute teacher while at home. Exercising with a treadmill is my way of releiving fatigue and the treadmill is also helpful when I feel kind of heavy. Learning at home is quite interesting and it's an experience worth remembering. excellent_photograph

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  • global-conversation.png freespirited_chocolate | St Stephen's College Preparatory School | Hong Kong
    17 Apr 2020

    The best thing about learning from home is that I don’t have wake up so early, waking up early has been one of the most stressful things I had to commit to nearly every day.
    I’ve been communicating and keeping in touch with my friends and everybody close to me by using WhatsApp, if you don’t know, WhatsApp is a texting and calling app that makes my life easier!
    My number one tip is to use your time wisely and to be on time for anything, including online school, it is very easy to waste your time when you’re in your home all day.
    How has being at home changed the way I learn? Well, it’s not as easy as it used to be to interact and ask questions with my teachers, and that slows down learning.
    I am still adapting to this big change and I’m speaking merely of what I see in my very own eyes.
    Thank You,
    freespirited_chocolate

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School skillful_duck | Lyons Hall Primary School B
    17 Apr 2020

    Being at home has changed the way i learn because we don't have any real teachers or LSA's. If we don't know how to do something, we search it on the internet. The best thing about learning from home is that we don't have to get out of bed every day at 7:00. I don't talk about the news with my friends that much but i discuss the news with my family all the time. We stay in touch by messaging each other and we all sometimes ZOOM. My tip for helping other people is to have breaks and be patient.

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  • Boutcher-logo-250x250.jpg mindblowing_clarinet | Boutcher C of E Primary School B
    17 Apr 2020

    It is good and bad because it is nice that I can work at my own pace but it isn’t as fun as being with my friends. I miss doing burnet news club at school and even doing spelling tests and I can guarantee that I hate spelling and spelling tests. It is nice to listen to my favourite songs when I am working but it isn’t worth it. I am enjoying the work though because I have really fun work but I do fun work at school too. I am missing being able to speak to my friends and being able to cheer them up. If I were to pick if I liked it or not I would say I didn’t like it because school is just better.

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  • global-conversation.png creative_spring | Riis Presbyterian Model School | Ghana
    18 Apr 2020

    Learning at home is must awesome but there are no friends you can have fun with

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  • global-conversation.png witty_horse | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    19 Apr 2020

    Being at home whiles learning has been somehow great because i don't wake up early to go to school although it's learning without a teacher i get more time to reherse the topics well.

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    1. global-conversation.png Achimota Basic School | Ghana
      witty_horse's comment 20 Apr 2020

      That is the advantage of e-learning. You are able to learn at your own pace and convenience .

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  • global-conversation.png best_cliff | St Stephen's College Preparatory School | Hong Kong
    19 Apr 2020

    The best thing about learning a home is that you can be more free, like home school, when you want to rest or have a snack, it is up to you.But that isn't always a good thing, because when you are too free, it is likely you can't control yourself to stop when you are doing something fun, like video games.I think having real school is so much better because you have a schedule so you will be organized.

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  • global-conversation.png tenacious_atmosphere | St Stephen's College Preparatory School | Hong Kong
    19 Apr 2020

    What is it like to learn from home?
    Here’s what I think:
    Learning from home has both its pros and cons. Learning from home means that you can have more time to go over everything you learnt and work at your own pace, but this can also make you waste your time and get distracted by all the emails and chats your friends are sending you. The result of doing this is that you will most likely find yourself a pile of schoolwork and homework you’ve missed out, and you’ll start to stress. The best thing about learning from home is that my learning environment is more quiet making me feel more relaxed and calm. I think that this can actually help me focus, therefore helping me learn more this in less time. Also, like a lot of other people, I use ZOOM, emails and FaceTime to communicate with teachers and friends.

    I think that we should stay at home, plan our time well and focus while learning. Also, I suggest that you rest your eyes every 40 minutes so that they don’t have to tire themselves too much, giving you an eye ache. Last but not least, your brain also needs to have a break to do it’s best so remember to ‘work hard play hard’!

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      tenacious_atmosphere's comment 20 Apr 2020

      Thank you for such an in-depth answer, and with some advice for others!

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  • global-conversation.png alert_glockenspiel | Baptist Junior Secondary School | Nigeria
    19 Apr 2020

    The best thing about learning at home is that it cause a radical change in my life because am used to being a team worker in school and now there is no one to work with but that makes me to be able to rely on my self.
    That is the best thing about learning at home though it is lively.

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  • global-conversation.png appreciative_cockatoo | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    19 Apr 2020

    It has been very stressful. staying at home every day and just learning restricted to go out is very stressful

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      appreciative_cockatoo's comment 20 Apr 2020

      I imagine it's difficult, yes. Remember there's lots of fun things to do on the Hub which might make learning a bit more fun.

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  • White Hall Academy playful_wallaby | White Hall Academy F
    20 Apr 2020

    I like it because i don’t have to wake up really early but I also don’t like it because I cant see my friends or teacher.

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  • global-conversation.png amicable_piano | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    20 Apr 2020

    Learning at home is cool although but sometimes you can get distracted by messages sent from friends and others but all the same I feel calm and relaxed to be able to pick up any thing learnt.
    It's fun and nice to learn at home

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  • White Hall Academy focused_duck | White Hall Academy E
    20 Apr 2020

    I find it hard as I can not get the help I am used to since we don’t have the teachers there to tell us what we have to do or help us when we are stuck.I also like it as I don’t have to get up that early and I can have a nice peaceful room.Another reason I don’t like it is because I don’t get to see my lovely friends or teachers and I really miss them.A reason for I like it is that I get to spend time with my family more often.Altogether,I don’t really like it that much.

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  • global-conversation.png trustworthy_sealion | Donholm Primary School | Kenya
    20 Apr 2020

    It's quite enjoyable since we get to have the chance to go through online learning and interact with students from other schools

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  • global-conversation.png jolly_independence | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    20 Apr 2020

    I like learning at home because, you are able to sit in your comfort zone and learn which makes learning more effective, also it gives me more freedom in planning my schedule, it also allows me to spend more time with my family. Also learning at home means you get to wake up the time you want which means you get to rest your brain. But I prefer learning in school because I sometimes get distracted and chat with my friends and watch movies and at the end of the day learn nothing

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  • Halsnead logo honorable_date | Halsnead Primary School
    20 Apr 2020

    I find being at home and working on burnet news club a bit difficult because I haven't got my teacher to help me but to make it a bit easier for me is I see everyone else comments and it kinda gives me more support on what I want to say .and give good reasons te get some stars and to let everyone know I love this because it inspires me and i like challenges and it gives me more help on everything that's going on in the world and just not in England. I think burnet news club is amazing and not boring because it gives us more help from what is going on in the entire world. ps thank you this inspires me loads

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      honorable_date's comment 20 Apr 2020

      I'm glad you're enjoying it - and remember you can always ask us and the community questions if you are unsure about anything! All of the Burnet News Club sessions will be posted online - you can see the latest one here: https://burnetnewsclub.com/issues/extreme-weather/the-discussion/session-1-introduction/

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      1. Halsnead logo honorable_date | Halsnead Primary School
        dazzling_bee's comment 08 Jun 2020

        well im really into burnet news how about you

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  • global-conversation.png illuminated_squid | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    20 Apr 2020

    Well it is much more comfortable learning at home because, you have your own personal space to learn. Also it's not stressful like having to always do certain things at school. A disadvantage is that some students get distracted by the technology at home such as the television and mobile phones.

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  • global-conversation.png sensible_wolverine | Sheikh Khalifa Secondary | Kenya
    20 Apr 2020

    Learning at home has an disadvantage in that we tend to interact with people from different walks of life we tend to adapt with their habits and way of life . Other students say that they get bullied at school I say bulling is just a initiation at school . Also at home there are a lot of disruptors like television ,the internet as in mobile phones at home there is no limit in using these gadgets hence students tend to concentrate more on the internet than online classes .

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  • global-conversation.png enterprising_grasshopper | Archdeacon Crowther Memorial Girl's School, Elelenwo | Nigeria
    20 Apr 2020

    I think learning from home can be an advantage and also a disadvantage to me.
    Now being an advantage i will be forced to read by my parents,i'll be asked questions by them and when i have question i feel free to ask them because i know and am always assured that i will get the best and understandable answers,they use everything around me to make sure i understand to the fullest even to the point that they use the cartoons i watch to make me understand.When they see me lazying about they will always call me, sit me down and advice me more on the importance of learning at home,how it will impact more in me and how it will help me when school resumes.All these things are what we call parental care,most teachers can't get to this extent for a student like me.
    And for disadvantages,television is one priority that makes it a disadvantage, when there is television(cartoon,movie) i get all distracted and it makes it very difficult for me to learn at home.I know that it is a must to obey your parents but when it comes to a point that they are seeing you reading or learning from a source they'll still have the right to send you on errands knowing its partly not right and you must run the errands no matter what you're doing,that can also bring distraction.In another case where you have siblings like mine they can distract you with their noise.
    Like they say everything has an advantage and also a disadvantage.
    Thanks for reading and seeing from my own point of view
    enterprising_grasshopper.

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      enterprising_grasshopper's comment 20 Apr 2020

      Thank you for explaining this so well! Can you give advice on avoiding and ignoring distractions?

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      1. global-conversation.png enterprising_grasshopper | Archdeacon Crowther Memorial Girl's School, Elelenwo | Nigeria
        Tom @ the BNC's comment 20 Apr 2020

        Yes,firstly, try as much as possible to stay away from anything that makes you distracted,train yourself by avoiding these distractions,you can also make use of ear buds for cases of noise pollution.
        You can also have a special room or space for studying(away from the television or any other form of distraction) and try to maintain a posture that makes you want to read more not sleep more.

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  • global-conversation.png magnificent_plantain | Donholm Primary School | Kenya
    20 Apr 2020

    The best part learning is that you have your parents there and they concentrate on whatever one is doing.l also get enough time to play with my friends.

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  • global-conversation.png modest_language | Rhemaville Christian Academy | Nigeria
    20 Apr 2020

    I would like to say that its stressful trying to cope with all the distractions and at the same time focus on what I'm doing. Even when I've found time to settle down and focus on my learning I'm interrupted and then forced to run one or two errands for my parents.

    At the same time I would like to say that its helpful having to have all the materials essential for my learning and having a good and stable internet connection at home helping me to browse about things I don't really get when learning.

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  • global-conversation.png entrepreneurial_robin | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    20 Apr 2020

    It is nice studying at home but the problem is that not all students get access to the internet to learn or study.

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    1. global-conversation.png blessed_passionfruit | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
      entrepreneurial_robin's comment 20 Apr 2020

      I know it is a problem but why don't you find a place where you can get access to internet.

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  • global-conversation.png sincere_walrus | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    20 Apr 2020

    thank you enterprising-grasshopper, what you have said has really helped me

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    1. global-conversation.png blessed_passionfruit | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
      blessed_passionfruit's comment 20 Apr 2020

      I think it is very exciting because when you are learning at home, there are a lot of people that can help you understand the concept of the topic you are learning on.
      Sometimes when I am learning at home, I get distracted by the television, loud noises or the running of errands in the house. But now, I have my own room for learning so I don't get distracted by the loud noises that my siblings make. The room doesn't have a television so I don't get distracted by television either. I inform my parents before beginning with my studies. Since they are aware that I am learning, they make sure that I don't get distracted by sending me to run errands. They rather send my siblings to run errands for them. So our siblings can be an advantage to us. Thank you for reading my explanation.

      blessed_passionfruit

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  • global-conversation.png skillful_singer | Mwangaza Secondary School | Kenya
    20 Apr 2020

    For me learning at home isn't a challenge for me because i have put some time aside for studying and it really helps one to keep up with your school work

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  • global-conversation.png appreciative_cockatoo | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    20 Apr 2020

    Learning from home is a bit challenging because you don't have a particular teacher and is not anything your parents will explain as your teacher would so I think there should be a website so that our teachers can teach us

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    1. global-conversation.png blessed_passionfruit | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
      appreciative_cockatoo's comment 20 Apr 2020

      Sometimes, teachers make mistakes when teaching. So I think it's better to learn at home

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  • global-conversation.png accomplished_chocolate | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    20 Apr 2020

    Learning from home is really exciting.
    I now don't learn with books that much.
    I now communicate and ask questions i don't understand without much difficulty.
    I am discussing news with others through Burnet Club News Club.
    I keep in touch in school by calling teachers to ask questions .
    I think every student should learn from Burnet News Club.It is really educating.

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  • global-conversation.png faithful_parrot | Mwangaza Secondary School | Kenya
    20 Apr 2020

    It's good more than school because there no distractions if you alert the family not to disturb

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    1. global-conversation.png lovable_agency | Rev Father Lemmens Basic School | Ghana
      faithful_parrot's comment 10 May 2020

      How would you alert the family not to disturb?

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  • global-conversation.png faithful_parrot | Mwangaza Secondary School | Kenya
    20 Apr 2020

    But to those who are used to group discussion it's difficult for them to learn alone

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  • global-conversation.png idealistic_octopus | Donholm Primary School | Kenya
    20 Apr 2020

    It's really exciting to learn in this Burnetnewsclub

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  • global-conversation.png hopeful_song | Rev Father Lemmens Basic School | Ghana
    20 Apr 2020

    Learning from home can be stressful but fun. For me, there are disadvantages and advantages. Some of the disadvantages are, I get distracted easily because I get emails and messages from friends and family and also I have lot of time to do different things so I don't even feel like studying. Even if I am ready to learn I am called to ran errands for my parents. Some of the advantages are I have been doing all my learning online, which has improved my technological skills.

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  • global-conversation.png unassuming_pineapple | Mwangaza Secondary School | Kenya
    20 Apr 2020

    It is difficult since there are alot of distractors

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    1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC
      idealistic_octopus's comment 21 Apr 2020

      Can you explain why?

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  • global-conversation.png openminded_seed | Mwangaza Secondary School | Kenya
    20 Apr 2020

    Very interesting actually it changes the students' mind set that 'one cannot only learn at school also at home is possible'

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  • global-conversation.png intellectual_meaning | Rev Father Lemmens Basic School | Ghana
    20 Apr 2020

    For me Learning at home isn’t a challenge for me.Is not bad though but i think there should be a Website or a group chat so that our teachers would teach us online. But learning at home is not Bad but Awesome.

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  • global-conversation.png lovable_agency | Rev Father Lemmens Basic School | Ghana
    20 Apr 2020

    To learn from home is like learning to earn,my experience in learning from home has been approved in such away I don't understand.when you learn from home it build you knowledge and help you understand what you are learning according to great scientists

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  • global-conversation.png precious_twilight | Mwangaza Secondary School | Kenya
    21 Apr 2020

    For me learning at home is not bad actually.It has some advantages and also disadvantages.At home there are some distractions but when one is determined,it's possible to read understandingly

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  • global-conversation.png peaceful_petal | Archdeacon Crowther Memorial Girl's School, Elelenwo | Nigeria
    21 Apr 2020

    We all know that not everyone can adapt to learning at home. For a student or an individual to learn at home, he/she needs an ideal place to study. The room is the ideal place to study, but it has it's merits and demerits.
    Advantages
    . The biggest advantage of studying at home is that you have everything at your disposal without having to leave the room. You can also use the computer, printer, scanner etc. You can take a nap or a break of about15-20 minutes to regain the energy to continue reading. You can also set a schedule and take advantage of the nights or mornings to study.
    Disadvantages.
    The most common disadvantage is procrastination and it is mostly among the university students who study at home. Also, silence is essential to study and concentrate properly, although sometimes your home ( if you live with more people or have noisy neighbours) is not the oasis of tranquility that you need. Video games, internet and so on are also distractions when learning at home. Finally, if a student or an individual wants to be successful while learning at home, it requires some constancy, discipline and responsibility. Thank you.

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  • global-conversation.png cheerful_region | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    21 Apr 2020

    The best thing about learning from home is that you're able to get enough time to rest and also learn at your own leisure.

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  • global-conversation.png creative_spring | Riis Presbyterian Model School | Ghana
    21 Apr 2020

    What I think about learning from home , it's not easy to learn from home because maybe your dad or Mom do not know how are they going to teach you on less you have to go outside to ask your neighbours.
    I think learning from home is easy and stressful because, you can have your peace of mind to learn and when you are learning you can't play and sing at the same time learning. I also think that when you are learning at home because it's not easy to get an actual person or teacher to learn more about your work

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  • global-conversation.png creative_spring | Riis Presbyterian Model School | Ghana
    21 Apr 2020

    Studying at home is beneficial because,one has everything at his or her disposal. In addition to book and notes, you can also study using the computer.
    Ther comfort of your room allow s you to read aloud and repeat the syllabuses, being able to perform simulations and practices of the presentations.
    Some disadvantages also include:
    You will not have anyone around you to ask a question or make an appointment. In this case, you will have to pick up the phone to call a friend to discuss.
    Studying at home can be quite exhausting and you may need some time to enjoy the outdoors. In addition, being in the room for so long can increase the temptation to lying in bed or taking a nap between the topics.

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      creative_spring's comment 22 Apr 2020

      There seems to be lots of advantages and disadvantages! Do you think more people will study from home more often in the future?

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      1. global-conversation.png cooperative_ocean | Archdeacon Crowther Memorial Girl's School, Elelenwo | Nigeria
        Tom @ the BNC's comment 24 Apr 2020

        To me I will say yes , this is because presently as the world keeps advancing different technologies are being produced which will affect learning and reading processes. Presently , children now have iPad , phone which they use to browse, go to learning websites. With the supervision of parent and teacher platform are created for discussion of various topics, just as this one is , through this people are bound to learn and gain knowledge even without going to classrooms. In the nearest future I believe technologies to enhance learning will be produced

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      2. global-conversation.png cheerful_region | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
        Tom @ the BNC's comment 26 Apr 2020

        Yes. Only when one is determined to do so.

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  • global-conversation.png cheerful_region | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    22 Apr 2020

    Learning from home is less effective because there are lots of distractions l

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  • global-conversation.png cheerful_region | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    22 Apr 2020

    A bit of advice for friends out there; stay home and stay safe with your books very close to you. Thank you .

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  • global-conversation.png cooperative_ocean | Archdeacon Crowther Memorial Girl's School, Elelenwo | Nigeria
    24 Apr 2020

    Staying at home to learn do change the course of my reading. At school , we are being limited to the internet for researches and are limited to textbooks and note but at home since we have the phone , laptop, desktop with easy available WiFi for browsing I am being able to go beyond the boundaries of textbooks and notes. In school we don't watch news or documentaries to know about things and research on them but with his time I have to stay at home I have gained wider knowledge on certain issues concerning my country, state continent, and the world at large. Though learning at home can't be quite easy due to some setbacks, and distraction such as the temptation of going to sleep as there is easy available bed, going to play and so on. These challenges can still be overcomes if one have a strong mindset and want to achieve a set goal.

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School mesmerising_otter | Lyons Hall Primary School A
    27 Apr 2020

    Staying at home can be fun, working with parents, getting great help when it's needed, having art and P.E sessions with siblings, and spending lunch with family. But sometimes you miss friends from school and other family members, and sometimes your parents can't give you help as good as teachers can. Some pieces of work are more complicated than others so you do need quite a bit of help. But often , if they're not working or on a call e.g , parents and siblings can help with projects and homework. I like working at home and at school and can't wait to see friends and family again. :)

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  • global-conversation.png nice_lute | Rev Father Lemmens Basic School | Ghana
    30 Apr 2020

    1. I think it is difficult to learn at home because you will not get a teacher who will teach you to understand well and once you are studying at home and your television is on you will not concentrat on what you are learning.
    2. And at a time is the good way of learning at home because you will get enough time to read over on what you learning about and understand it well.
    3. When discussing the news with others i feel comfortable when discussing and i don't feel shy to ask question when studying with my friends.
    4. I feel bored in the house and I miss school so much.
    5. I want to remind others that learning is the key to success . And students should learn very hard even if you are not in the school.

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  • global-conversation.png lovable_agency | Rev Father Lemmens Basic School | Ghana
    10 May 2020

    To learn from home comes along with advantages and disadvantagescl.to explain why,for instance when you are learning at home and the subject is difficult example like elective maths ,if you are not lucky and maybe your mom calls you to come and do something for her,you could be destructed at that moment and you would even lose the concentration and forget or misunderstood what you were learning since maths comes along with strong concentration.the second one is when you seriously need a textbook to pick up ideas and because you are learning from home,you can not get it which is also another problem.for the third one,it could be you are doing online learning and the discussion reached a very important point and your bundle get finished and since you don't have money,you cannot buy one which also is one of the minor problems included in learning from home.To come to the good or positive side,when learning from home, you are able to relax anytime and can continue anytime you want unlike school.when you are learning from home,it also helps you to know how to depend on yourself.it gives you more time to do research to make your work perfect like the hub we are using now,it helps us to do more research,and as we keep on doing all those things,it helps us to know what is going on globally.it also helps one to develop typing skills when doing online learning since you will be typing on your phone's keyboard.one great disadvantage is that even when your teacher didn't teach you a topic, because you learn at home yourself,you would be able to learn that topic yourself.

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  • global-conversation.png lovable_agency | Rev Father Lemmens Basic School | Ghana
    10 May 2020

    How are you discussing the news with others?
    Whenever you switch on your radio or any technological device, plenty of different of news have a cross the global world.
    To chew out how I'm discussing the news with others is that we have been trying our possible best to avoid Covid 19 known as the major problem across the world today.the government is putting in his efforts to get rid of this deadly virus.our experts are also combining their ideas to find possible means to find cure to the virus. The people are also doing their responsibilities to slow the spread of the virus.students are doing online learning and discussions about the virus and forcing their ideas out and combining it to erase the virus from the earth.the virus has become one of the important problem to deal with today.

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  • global-conversation.png invigorated_chicken | Archdeacon Crowther Memorial Girl's School, Elelenwo | Nigeria
    11 May 2020

    I think it is not easy to learn at home because you won't see the teacher and topics that need practicals won't be carried out.there are some people that learn when they are with other people while some people enjoy learning alone.For those people that need company learning at home won't be easy.For instance learning online is difficult.there are sometimes that your question won't be answered because there are many people in that platform and you won't understand the lessons.

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  • global-conversation.png cooperative_ocean | Archdeacon Crowther Memorial Girl's School, Elelenwo | Nigeria
    12 May 2020

    Well you are very correct that learning from home is very good , it is very okay because you can be able make good use of internet at home to slove some assignments and personal test you give to yourself. For the aspect of not having someone to ask questions I think you may be wrong . instead of calling a friend you ask your parents or siblings you can use your internet to get any educational question you need , it makes it very easy for you to learn. But don't forget that there is a huge distraction when your parents keep sending you on messages or you runs out of data to keep you online, may be your phone bar is showing 1% and there no power supply . all these are hindrances to learning from home.

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  • global-conversation.png cheerful_region | Achimota Basic School | Ghana
    14 May 2020

    Learning from home is less effective because there are many distractions like watching television, playing games, home chores to do and younger siblings to play with but the best thing about learning from home is that I'm able to get enough time to learn,rest and have a short family time ,easy acess to the internet and most importantly enough time to reflect on the word of God.

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  • global-conversation.png conscientious_durian | Rimal prep Girls School C | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    15 May 2020

    1 At the present time my time is more organized than learning in schools I used to have a schedule for organizing time Currently I know all study times and classes.
    2. I study all times and I am very comfortable with studying and that communication with teachers is still ongoing.
    3. by social media, such as: Facebook, WhatsApp Zoom and others ...
    4. Through the teachers who are always eager to teach us who communicate with us through social media.
    5.I advise all students to learn because science is developing and I want them to continue their lessons with their teachers. 📓📒📚✏

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  • global-conversation.png intellectual_panda_bear | Mangi Sina Secondary School | Tanzania
    19 May 2020

    Studying home very stressful, alot of work, playing and fear of corona

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  • global-conversation.png lovable_agency | Rev Father Lemmens Basic School | Ghana
    23 May 2020

    WHAT'S IT LIKE TO LEARN FROM HOME.

    Thanks!
    As for me I think learning from home comes along with merits and demerits because I learn in the house after class in the morning and I know the goods and bads attached to it. Some of the demerits are;
    a. MOVIE and TV: these two distractions can almost be distinguished as desperate entries.television do not mix.for me it's too easy for me to watch one episode of "teen wolf" or "new girl" while promising myself you can study afterwards while favourite shows such as "aben waha"(local name) can be greater time wasters.
    Movies are also big distractions because even the shortest films are around 90 minutes.

    b.Help from friends: a partner can be a great of help to understanding difficult topics but I've noticed that it is also a distraction because no matter what ,that friends talks about something else which leads to unnecessary conversation which help improve our communication and as friendship blossom so too ,can distractions.

    c.Internet: the help from the net is very helpful but also very distracting.this is because when you are researching,short videos might popped up which would draw your attention to watch them and before you will come back to your senses you have wasted more than 120 minutes.notifications from Facebook and other might pop up which would draw your attention to login.
    Though studying at home comes along with many distractions but it is also helpful. Learning from home is the biggest advantage because have everything at your disposal without having to leave the chair.in addition to books and notes,you can use the computer,the scanner.

    The comfort of your room also allows you to eat and drink while you study.although it is always discouraged to take any food that stains in your book.it does not need transferences or loses a minute to go out and eat since you can stop studying and immediately take a plate.the interesting thing is that you can study how you want whether you would like to shout to repeat the syllabuses being able to perform simulations and practices of the presentations.finally in conclusion studying at home is somehow distractive but will be minimised if distractions are warned or informative devices such as television are powered off.

    Thanks for reading.
    Lovable_agency.

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    1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC
      lovable_agency's comment 26 May 2020

      You have given great reasons to support your opinion here and it has been interesting to read your perspective!

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  • global-conversation.png lovable_agency | Rev Father Lemmens Basic School | Ghana
    26 May 2020

    Thanks!
    Studying at home may be the most convenient way to study and do your homework but home is also full of distractions.thats where a lot of our favourite stuff is!it can be tough to stay focused when studying at home but,there are a lot of things you can do to avoid distractions and get your work completed. So as for this ,I want to share how to study at home without getting distracted because it has really helped me to learn effectively at home.
    FIND A PRIVATE PLACE TO STUDY:it's important to have a private place to study in your home.while you are trying to study for an upcoming test,parents siblings and roommates may have questions they want to ask you,request to make,games to play,and or do many number of things to try to get your attention but this can be avoided if you get quiet places especially the library.

    ONLINE AND MOBILE DISTRACTIONS:the internet is a great learning tool and it's likely that you will want
    It at your disposal as you study or complete your homework.but the internet is all fill of distractions and at any given time you're only one click away from funny videos,social media,messaging your friends,or falling down a rabbit hole on google.im order to get a rid of this you must put your phone in an airplane mode or turning it off while you study.this will also help you stop distractions such as phone calls and text messages.
    MAKE A STUDY SCHEDULE AND STICK TO IT:if you simply say to yourself I'm going to study for a while,you might find that you don't end up getting anything done at all due to distractions,or just calling it a day before you study what you set out to focus on.to avoid this distraction you can make a study schedule and stick to it as mentioned earlier.

    In order to avoid or get rid of this distractions,one might practice those points in order to study conveniently and undisturbed.
    Thanks!
    lovable_agency

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  • global-conversation.png lovable_agency | Rev Father Lemmens Basic School | Ghana
    27 May 2020

    WHAT'S IT LIKE TO LEARN FROM HOME.
    As for me learning from home is a very convenient way of learning but also comes up with failures.it comes up with failure because when students recognise they benefits more at learning from home than in school,when they go to school they doesn't pay attention to what the teacher is teaching because they say I will learn at home and because of this they lack some important points that isn't in their note and this would bring failure.
    Thanks!
    lovable_agency

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  • global-conversation.png lovable_agency | Rev Father Lemmens Basic School | Ghana
    27 May 2020

    Thanks!
    As for me learning from home has had a very great advantage on me because I'm living with other family members that are older than me so I'll have to do some house chores before I go to school but I reach school lately because of the chores so I decided to learn at home and I've recognised how learning from home comes along with distractions.
    .whenever I'm studying I need to Google to find some answers and understand but after that i always end up surfing the web for unnecessary things like action movies especially,famous singers, sportspersons etc.in this way at least my one hour gets wasted.

    FOOTBALL CENTER: as for me I like football much and as a result of this whenever I'm studying and I hear how people are boasting of teams and how they are challenging each other it draws my attention to listen to them and sometimes I even say to myself there is more time I can learn later so I leave to the scene and as a result I waste more than 2hours and I don't even learn either.

    .OTHER STUDIES:this is also one of the most distraction I've recognised in my learning at home.how many of you have dreaded studying for a test badly that you've decided to invest your time in planning and study of other subjects instead? These activities usually decieve me much because they make me think something constructive is actually accomplished and it's another form of distractions because I usually end up hanging around interesting story books.

    I've recognised in order to avoid those distractions for better concentration and learning I will have to go to the library instead.

    Thanks!

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  • global-conversation.png lovable_agency | Rev Father Lemmens Basic School | Ghana
    27 May 2020

    WHAT'S IT LIKE LEARNING FROM HOME?

    Indeed learning at home is very beneficial as concluded by creative_spring.learning from home helps one to study for longer time but its also distractive because of the following;


    RUNNING ERRANDS- running errands is one of the common distraction in the house.we students that are under our stepmothers and so on experience this kind of distractions very well.as we all know obedience is a good behaviour and children are not to disobey their parents so as a result of this parents doesn't show concern about students education but keep bothering students to buy something here and there for them and by the time the students will finish he or she is already tired.

    NOISE- babies are also distractors.this may seem unsensible but it is widely true.for example,when babies that have past age of breastfeeding are not allowed to feed on their mother's breast it is distracting because my little brother who is 4yrs keeps crying when I'm learning and because of this I close the book and try as possible to keep him shut his mouth but by the time I realise,I am already tired and not interested to learn again.
    It is true learning from home is very distracting but it has also helped me in the following ways;
    AVOID TROUBLE- I as myself I'm a troublemaker but when I am forced by my parents to study at home,I've avoided more trouble that would bring financial causes on my parents.learning at home has kept me busy from hanging up with those naughty boys and causing trouble.

    GIFTS- learning from has not just help in my academy but has also helped me to get gifts from my parents in appreciation for hardwork.i've obtained respects from my little brother and sisters.im asked to teach them whenever they're not learning and as a result of this they doesn't just see me as their elder brother but also a teacher for them.

    lovable_agency.

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  • global-conversation.png lovable_agency | Rev Father Lemmens Basic School | Ghana
    28 May 2020

    WHAT'S IT LIKE TO LEARN FROM HOME?
    it is well said that self study is the best study.whether you like it or not but greater lessons of life are also learnt when you are alone.
    At home procrastination and distraction can prevent you
    From accomplishing what you need to get done.watching TV,taking a nap, scrolling through social media, or other activities (maybe even cleaning your room)are big productivity killers that take you away from your goal of studying for or completing that assignment.
    As for me there are more benefits to studying by staying at home but let me try this,
    BENEFITS:
    you can study at your own ease of time.you are not pressured by anyone on when to learn when you are home but unlike school you will be pressured to learn by your teachers.
    You can have more focus: learning from home allows you to focus on a particular work.rather than school you would not get much time to focus on a particular work because other course teachers will have to come in for their lesson.
    You learn many things on your own: learning from home allows one to be self dependent academically because one will not find it difficult when friends are not around and he or she can take advantage of this.
    Moreover as learning from home benefits so as it also distractive.
    No class discussion: class discussion help one to memorize what their teachers taught them unless you are not really smart.as for me class discussion isn't my favourite but I sometimes find it important when I'm learning alone at home because I will need someone to discuss the difficult formulae with but as a result of this I poorly lose interest and cease learning.
    No interaction with people: interaction with people could help one know what's happening but me I'm a shy little junk and I don't like interacting with people as a result learning from home either school is somehow is difficult for me.
    So I think it's important to have a classroom environment that tells you about the competition in the world that keeps you motivated and keep you on track.some may prefer homeschooling while others classroom but I think it depends how it works from person to person.for me studying at home really works but I prefer a classroom environment because for me studying at home at only works only in productive case not in academics.

    Thanks!!

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School generous_seagull | Lyons Hall Primary School A
    10 Jun 2020

    I think it is good and bad at the same time. Question 1, it has changed the way I learn not too much but the only problem is when I don’t understand how to do a question, I don’t have my teacher to ask. But I’m fine with everything else. Question 2 the best thing doing work at home is, I can do my work on anytime of the day and have a break when I need it. Question 3 I normally look at the news with my parents and sometimes learn it from my friends when I call them. Question 4 we stay in touch as we have a chat with our whole school year and our teachers where we can ask questions. Question 5 my tip is to go somewhere quiet maybe in your room, and study their if there is noise. Also if you have any older brothers or sisters you can ask them when your not sure of something.

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School generous_seagull | Lyons Hall Primary School A
    10 Jun 2020

    Question 4 is I meant to say class meeting.

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  • Cheam Common logo glorious_solution | Cheam Common Junior Academy
    22 Oct 2020

    it was okay because i love gaming

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