Recently, the Center for Faculty Development of Teacher Education Research has launched a serial activity called Teaching under COVID-19 – Experience Sharing by Learning Talents in order to practice the concept of “creative education”, give full play to the main role of students, understand students’ online learning methods, learning experience and learning expectations, help students better adapt to online learning methods, and provide teachers with innovative online teaching models as well as improve the quality of online teaching and realize “student-centered” online teaching. Lecture 1 is now available, i.e., two tips to help quickly improve the efficiency of online learning. The speaker of this lecture is Chen Yue, a 2019 undergraduate student of the Business School.
Two tips to help quickly improve the efficiency of online learning
I. Establish a monitoring mechanism. Online learning tests self-control and execution. Students can improve their execution and self-control by setting up a supervision mechanism. For example, take pictures of your own learning process, review it every night, check your own learning status, and reflect and summarize when necessary.
II. Use the Pomodoro Technique. Use the Pomodoro Technique to subdivide your learning tasks, and at the same time, you can maximize your concentration and quickly improve the efficiency of online learning.
(From News Center, translated by Zhang Zenghua, revised by Chen Yanxu)