6 Things I've Learned From Attending Zoom University
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6 Things I've Learned From Attending Zoom University

So far, I hate it.

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6 Things I've Learned From Attending Zoom University

If you are in college, chances are you have to attend Zoom University for the rest of the Spring semester and possibly into the Summer semesters. I have had four classes on Zoom, and so far, I absolutely despise it. I am an athletic training major, and that requires a good bit of hands-on work. I cannot do hands-on work through a webcam. However, I have learned some things after attending Zoom University for four days.

1. I cannot pay attention while I am laying in bed.

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Now I know why we actually have to go to school.

2. I cannot pay attention when the teacher's webcam is not on.

I just feel like someone is talking to me out of nowhere.

3. I am less likely to pay attention if my webcam isn't on.

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See number 1.

4. I cannot pay attention if my webcam isn't on.

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5. I miss seeing my teachers.

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And laughing at their stupid jokes.

6. I miss seeing my classmates.

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