Compact Learning and Covid-19

Compact Learning and Covid-19


Flatten the curve! Staying safe and sound! Social distancing! Work from home!

At this critical time, we have this on each one of us to ensure that the situation is under control, which means, staying at home, avoiding situations that are unnecessary, and learning how to do things remotely.

But learning should not stop due to this. Are you on track towards your learning skills and navigating through the tricky times?

For tackling this it can be one of the simple reasons that this is an opportunity for you to catch up in these pandemics. Catch up with the skills you wanted to learn, catch up with your education, and catch up with the opportunity you want to explore. How do we go about it though?

Using a simple 5 step process:

1.     Goal setting                                                                                                                      

You may know How much time and how long you may be at home during this crisis. It may take time to get back to your college or work. So, plan up the things you have may always be wanted to learn or catch up on. Choose some of the best things you would believe in which can make you better in your field or follow a strategy of “SMART”. Which comprises specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-based. This will help you to have a uniform plan and goal towards doing something productive. 

2.     Effective routine creation                                         

Now, target how many hours per day do you want to learn. Map out your hours in a day. Account for your fixed activities like sustenance and maintenance. Ensure that you are consistent with your hours, even if the number of hours per day is relatively less.

3.     Community support

Being with a supportive community will always help you create a sense of “We are in this together”. It is maybe difficult doing this on your own, analysis, and identify platforms that have a support function, like a community or mentorship and have experiences designed to help you understand in a better way.

4.     Self-discipline

Make certain rules for yourself and ensure that no one disturbs you in your time of learning. Start making and keeping separate and specific notes and things specifically for your learning time. 

5.     PRR (practice, revise, review)

Online learning is no different when it comes to acquiring a skill, it is a practice that will make you perfect. Identify platforms with practical hands-on experiences to test and understand your progress by presenting opportunities to work on projects and other activities.

                                                                                                                                                                      - Priyanka Rohatgi

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