For many students, going back to school in 2020 looked a bit different from previous years. For starters, they’re not back in the classroom with in-person instruction, but in their living rooms on video chats and using various platforms to get work done.
With that in mind, it’s important to create an e-learning space that promotes focus and organization while boosting productivity. A good example is creating a “learning pod” in the house. Keep reading for some helpful tips and tricks for at-home classrooms.
Create Learning Pods With A Room Divider
A great way to encourage focus and productivity is to create specific learning pods in the home. While not every family has a spare room for a makeshift classroom, creating compartmentalized pods works just as well!
A pod can be as simple as using a divider or a curtain to section off a room. This way, there are fewer distractions for the student, and they can focus on their video chats and written work. Not to mention it’s almost like their own private office, which the student will appreciate!