National Online Learning Day
Thursday, September 12, 2019
This is our assignment for the Aspire and Inspire sparkteam: On September 15th, National Online Learning Day showcases how students of all ages are thriving with the ability to learn online—anywhere, anytime. It seeks to cultivate awareness of, and support for, this ever-growing community of learners and to celebrate the future of online education—wherever technology and our imaginations take us! What have you learned online in the past and/or what are you interested in learning in the future?
I love any kind of learning, and online learning is so convenient. There are multitudes of topics you can learn about, and often you can even find free resources. I have taken several online classes. I have taken self-improvement classes. Two I have taken are called Make Over Your Mornings and Make Over Your Evenings. These two courses helped me set up a morning routine and an evening routine, and they were really helpful. I have taken several organizing classes online. In fact, just this week I am taking something called Get Organized HQ, which has lots of speakers on a variety of organizing topics. The topic I have taken the most online classes about is arts and crafts. I have taken many different classes about different crafts. Through my public library I have free access to a website called Creative Bug, which offers lots of arts and crafts classes. I also think online learning isn’t only limited to classes. I have learned a lot through websites, YouTube videos, etc. I look forward to learning a lot more from online resources!