I learned that I was very capable to learn remotely and endure a pandemic.
I have always appreciated family time together--and now as a result of the pandemic, I think, I love it more now than ever!
I learned that I could actually stay inside for a pretty long period of time and not play sports. I also learned that I could actually learn remotely.
I learned ways to stay productive and healthy even at home
I started to realize how much I procrastinated on work and how lazy I actually am. I also learned that I really enjoyed talking to my friends since everything's online now and it's so it's way easier to contact them in class without disturbing the teachers .
I learned that remote learning wasn't as bad as I had always thought and I was capable of learning at home. Although we arent as active as normal, i would still be able to find the chances to go out, like in the park for example.
I have come to a realization that during a pandemic everything is different and adjusting for everyone, isn't the easiest. Throughout 2020 life has been very different and people have adjusted to this new way of "life" and some haven't. Personally, I have adapted to this "life" and I just can't wait for this pandemic to be over. But for now, I have learned to stay positive and be healthy.
I learned that I'm really not good at finishing work on time while I'm at home because I can easily get distracted and how easy it is for the teacher not to know that I'm doing something else. I also learned that I really don't like being stuck inside because the "social interaction" I get inside kind of sucks since I don't hear people's voices.
I learned how to change as a person during the pandemic and I learned what it would be like if we were in a pandemic, in addition I learned that remote learning wasn’t that bad then I started to be capable of remote learning after that.
I learned that remote school is not as bad as I thought it would be because I can sleep an hour more, eat breakfast at my own pace, eat some snacks whenever I'm hungry and have more free time. In addition, I learned that exercise and doing cleaning is very important.
i learn that remote learning for me is the same as regular school because i still have to wake up the same time as i use to wake up. however i have more free time then i use to have. furthermore, i learned how to spend time wisely and enjoy everytime every second.
I learn that I can’t do remote learning for too long
I learned how much my life requires me to be outside of my house that not everything I do is in my bubble.
I learned that remote was fun
I learned that remote was fun but it was hard not to be able to see your friends for a while
I learned that I was still able to learn even if my mind isn't in the right place, In addition I learned to appreciate my family more since those are the only people I can talk to in real life. Finally, I was able to learn more about myself since I have way more alone time.
i learn that i don't like remote
I learned that online is fun and and when I go outside its pretty refreshing. Once in a while.
I learned that I really can't be in good condition, when I first stayed in home for the entire half of 7th grade.
I learned that i could take care of myself and be healthy during remote.
I learned that even though school is bad blended is worse. I also learned that friends and family are important and to not take things for granted like toilet paper.
I learned how boring of a person I am and remote learning wasn't much of a challenge for me
I learned that I am very tired and lazy. I don't do a lot when I had my normal life before the pandemic. I also learned that remote school learning is not for school right now.
I have learned that I enjoy having control over my time, my plans, and my life. Living in COVID has taught me I need to let go of some of my need to control because we cannot be in control and plan for everything (still learning!). I have also learned how much I appreciate being in-person to see all of my students (and even students I don't know) interacting and being kids together.
I learned that I like to work independently. In addition, I have also learned that the joy of having friends and someone to talk to, is very important when you're going through something like the pandemic.
I learned that there are more ways to send support without actually being physically there. Because of the pandemic, I haven't seen my friends as much as I want to, but I stay in touch with them on the internet.
What I learned about myself is that I did not like being without the company of friends.
I have learned that I can adapt well to this online school and the stay at home order because I didn't go outside much before the pandemic. I think that after we can go safely back to school in person, I will have a hard time adjusting because I have gotten so used to staying at home so much.
I learned how to go to school remotely, and found out of new hobbies to do.
I learned that I need to stay healthy even when there is a virus going around.
I learned that I needed to take some time for myself and as much as I love the company of my friends, I also like to be by myself at times.
I learned that I can use many other ways to enjoy my time with friends, such as texting or calling, rather than being with them physically.
All in all, I'm able to learn better and focus more easily when I'm in-person compared to when I'm at home participating in remote learning. After this unfortunate, however, life-lesson experience, I learned how easily stressed I start feeling when I have to work at home with so many distractions that make me procrastinate even though I'm doing the best I can achieve.
I learned that I procrastinate more than I thought I do, and that I should focus and take some time for myself and make sure I’m healthy mentally and physically, I found new hobbies that I enjoyed as well.
I learned that family is very important and also being able to do things independently is important as well. Life is so short. Covid caused a lot of deaths so you have to really appreciate your loved ones.
I learn how to do many things online. I also learn that being with family is important. The relationship changes and now it's better and closer. I also learn how to cook better over the pandemic. I also find out that my temper isn't that cold around my family anymore.
I learned that I spend more time on the laptop even after school ends. In addition I learned I was cable of doing work more independently during remote.
I learned that I get bored so easily at home, procrastinate a lot, and that I prefer to get certain stuff done as soon as possible. I also learned to adapt on taking classes remotely.
I need to push myself to the extent try my hardest no matter what and I can be something in this world if I try and push myself
Its kind of scary how fast time flies, it scares me, and I learned that time is a scary thing
I learn to adapt to remote learning and managing my times.
I learned that if you really break down your time well you can get a lot done and a lot learned in a short period of time, and to explore different sources of knowledge like mythology, time zones, and whole bunch of stuff.
I learned that I need to try my best to get things done. I also need to work hard and all the time to get accomplished stuff.
During quarantine I learned about myself a lot. At first I didn't really mind remote learning, but then I started to miss seeing people in person and in person school learning. Throughout the year I due to staying at home I have been focusing on improving myself and being more patient.
I learned that I could do more things within the times I spent on traveling from school to home. Within the time, I can finish homework earlier and faster.
I learned that I procrastinate way too much. In 7th grade, I would play games during remote learning and do my assignments last minute or not even do them at all. After being unsatisfied with my grades, I decided that I should actually start taking school seriously and now, I don't procrastinate as much.
I learned that I'm way lazier than i think because of how much i procastinate and not pay attention to class.
I learned that remote learning I don't spend times on travel from home to school and I have more times to finished my assignment.
I learned that remote learning was not so bad, but it taught me to be organized and to pay more attention to things.
I learned that I need to be a lot more organized and have better time managment. Moreover, I learned that my attention span isn't that good and I should also work on that. I learned that my friends are a very important part of my life and that I depend on them. I also learned how to be more independent.
I learned that I am capable of doing remote learning I just had to get use to it. I also learned that I should appreciate everything I have more and not take things for granted.
I learned how distracted I get
I learned that remote learning wasn't as awful as I thought it was when we just started.
I learned that im just a lazy person in general and manage my time better since I get stressed with many things that go on
I learned that I got a lot of good time with my mom and dad and my brothers and be productive and healthy as well
I learn that exercise is a important thing to do since I got lazier during the pandemic. Also, I learn that I am capable doing remote learning. I still remember the first day of remote learning I was very nervous and don't what to do.
Because we have remote learning during the pandemic, I learned that I have way more free time than I thought I had, so I've been trying out all sorts of things to fill up the time.
I learned that it actually is extremely hard to constantly stay inside, and spending time with my family can be fun.
i learned ways to have besides going outside
I learned that I can adjust well to situations.
I learned that I am capable of learning in a distractive area and somewhat focusing on school and doing what I'm supposed to do. In addition, I learned how to manage my time and energy properly and instead of papers on piles of papers of work to do, I have it all online and organized so I can access all my work in the click of a button.
I learned to deal with remote classes and learned that is is very hard to try to go outside.
I learned that it was hard to keep track of time in remote and it was important to stay healthy while staying inside.
I learned that adapting to different situations would be challenging.
I learned that i am capable of adapting to the situation
I learned that having someone to talk to during this time really helps because I’ve been really relying on two of my friends, talking to them almost everyday and it really helps me to open up more about what’s happening in my life, being more honest about my thoughts on situations.
I noticed that I get less motivated at home, but I learned that I could get more work done easier if I put effort into it since I would have more time doing it while i’m at home doing work remotely
I learned how to be productive and spend more time with my family.and I got to realize how much i procrastinate.
I learned how to adapt and stay focused.
I learned that I procrastinate way too much.
I learned that even though I used to wish I was educated from home, I realized that there are many distractions.
I learnt that remote learning is actually good and I’m starting to get used to it. I’m fine with staying home but sometimes I have the urge to go outside.
I learned that I actually looked forward to go to school. Not the fact about learning or getting homework but the fact that I was able to go outside and talk to friends.
What I learned over this time period is that I am capable of learning remotely and I realized that I needed to spend more time with my family.
During this one year time period, many important and surreal events have occurred, and over this, I have learned that I can easily lose track/concentration of the things that I am doing, especially whilst on an computer screen. I think part of this may not me, myself as a whole, but the entire experience in which school feels so much less serious and laid back due to remote learning. Nevertheless, this is a valuable lesson for me, as to not slack off in any manner; especially schoolwork, as it will come back to bite you back.
i learned that i'm very lazy and i have a very low attention span. and i don't like being home all the time. Sometimes
I learned how to manage my time between remote and I try to learn to entertain myself cause most of the time I spent is staying at home.
I learned that I’m able to do all my school work online.I also learned how to do my school work in very loud places and being able to focus on my work.
I learned thats its okay to be myself and you shouldn't have to change for anyone, even if it means you'll lose them.
I learned during this pandemic is to appreciate the things you had when you were not locked indoors. For example, appreciate the times you had with your friends and family. Also many people hated going outside and wanted to stay inside and play video games, however now people want to go outside and see their friends.
I learned that remote learning is not as bad as I thought. I have more time with my family, and I can also eat during class.
Over this time I feel I have matured mentally & socially, I learned that even when something seems hard it really isn't as bad as it seems you just have to do to better yourself. I also learned that people can try to understand things for you but when it comes down to it you have to be able to support yourself in your own matters without excuses and except the choices and the consequences that come with them.
I learned that I procrastinate a lot without motivation.