Tag Archives: distance learning

In-Person Learning VS. Online Learning

Students decide whether to attend school in-person or online, but not both By Avery Broom At the beginning of the 2020-21 school year, Oak Hall School gave students in all divisions the option of attending classes in-person or through online learning. While many students opted for the in-person route, some decided online would work best for their lifestyle. As time

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Editorial: The Mental Health of Distance Learners

Although distance learners reduce their risks of contracting the coronavirus, they may face many challenges within regards to their mental health.   By Aiden Wacksman Many distance learners face unique challenges during this time. Stress, anxiety, and fear are some of the feelings these students experience. A decrease in motivation and an increase of distractions may also inhibit distance learners from

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Editorial: The Online Student

By Lucas Walters As people around the world try to acclimate to a new “normal”, questions sometimes swirl through our heads, even throughout times that used to be relaxing. It’s a stressful time to say the least. With that, one might assume that interpersonal conflict would abound as people become more irritable with the stress of the situation. It seems,

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OHS Rises to the Challenge of Distance Learning

By Aiden Wacksman COVID-19 has presented schools across the world with numerous challenges. As the coronavirus pandemic continues, educational institutions are utilizing flexible learning options for students. At Oak Hall School, some students are choosing to attend class on campus, while others decide to learn online. Those who are pursuing academics from home feel as though they are physically in

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