As a result of COVID prevention measures, even though schools are back in session and students are on their respective campuses, lectures are still conducted online. Online classes have their advantages over in-person lectures, sure. But they also have so not so great parts.
Online Classes Make It Easier To Procrastinate
With online classes, there is no one to tell you to get to class on time. And that sense of urgency about your academic schedule is just not there like it is with in-person lectures.
Even though classes are online, lecturers still insist on group assignments. And even in-person, getting every member of a group to contribute can be hard. Virtually, it’s even worse.
Online Classes Create A Sense Of Isolation
When you go to lectures in-person you get to interact with your course mates. And in addition, the atmosphere itself motivates you. Going for classes online, on the other hand, can make the whole experience feel solitary.