study groups

  1. mercuriam20

    Study Buddy I'm looking for new friends to study online together

    Hi guys, I'm Ted from Pathum Thani, Thailand. I'm preparing myself to study at a fine arts university in Thailand. I'm also learning English, Spanish, French, German on my own. Living here, it's so hard to make a new friends in my 20s. So I wanted to find like-minded friends around the world so...
  2. O

    Study Buddy Looking for a consistent study buddy for 10+ hours studying

    I start studying from 10am to 6:30pm then start again at 10pm to 3am My timezone is GMT+2 It is okay to be a group so if someone is busy and didn't follow the schedule, which will be done, we can follow up without him. DM with your studying time and your timezone to create a schedule If you...
  3. Carolyn

    Tips for Building a Successful Online Study Group 2021-04-01

    Being part of a study group is a great way to learn more about your subject, share ideas and keep yourself motivated. When you create an online study group, putting effort into the group will make sure it stays active and productive. Here are some tips to get the most out of your online study...
  4. Carolyn

    News Finding Community Support in Online Learning

    The COVID-19 outbreak has meant that most learning has had to move online forcing students and professionals to learn remotely. Although remote learning offers many advantages, one of the biggest challenges faced by online learners is the comparative lack of interaction and community support...
  5. Zuri

    Check In to Focus/Check Out to Celebrate

    This is thread to track your specific study sessions. i think of it as being different from tracking your overall progress because this can be filled with courses we're not interested in or side projects that don't fit anywhere specifically in addition to what our goal is. It's for the chapters...
  6. Carolyn

    Ideas for creating a Study Group

    Being part of a Study Group is a very effective way to enhance thinking and learning, allowing group members to share ideas and learn from each other. Study Groups can be formed by anyone for a multitude of different reasons: students, teachers, academics, professionals, craftsmen and women etc...
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