Jeffery AwSchool of Theology
Shifting from physical classroom learning to distance learning is not the norm for me, but I have learned that change is here to stay. I’ve also found that through technology, I can interact with my lecturers and classmates and it has been fun learning through the online platform.
Overall, I have seen an increase in my productivity due to the cutting down of traveling time and gaining more time to rest and play. I have also learned to be adaptable to press on in my theological studies for this generation and the generation to come for the glory of Jesus Christ.
Cindy LimSchool of Theology
Frankly speaking, I didn’t expect that I would enjoy distance learning classes so much! I am very encouraged that all the lecturers persevered and overcame the odds for us. They have built in more interactive components with discussion in breakout rooms and a ten-minute break every hour which refreshes us.
Now, I interact more with my classmates and build relationships in our sharing. My mindset has also changed. I used to think that online classes will always fall short in comparison to onsite classes but it has proven otherwise.