CRIER NARRATIVE: Learning through a screen

Thomas Zangrilli, Page Editor

Covid, for me, has been great and bad in a lot of ways. Because I’m home a lot, I tend to have to deal with my family’s negative aspects a lot more, as well as plenty of distractions. Class is easier with virtual learning, as I have more resources to help draw connections with my classes that I was struggling with. I also like how creative the teachers have to be for higher counting assignments, due to the inevitable cheating that will happen for standard tests. Certain classes have become more difficult, like art classes, which were already difficult to learn and work for without the materials that are needed. I don’t go outside too much due to a lot of things being closed down. This last year has been both a new and normal experience.