On the right track – self assessment while learning

online learning

We at succeed are all about helping you improve your day to day work-life; improving your skills which in turn, improve your chances of success, which make for a better home life with less stress and worry-free down time.

We’re advocates for life long learning and believe that, with the opportunities for learning almost anything online, you can reap the benefits in your work or home life with an online class.

The world celebrates Distance Learning Day on August 31st and a key skill for using the web to improve your skills, is understanding English. This can also be learned online and local company, EC, who have schools all around the world have an online class with live teachers ready to improve your English (and also French).

Having a live teacher really helps, some courses you will come across though, are recorded, so how do you stay on track?

When it comes to learning, self assessment is key. By taking the time to assess your own progress and understanding, you can ensure that you’re on track and making the most of your learning experiences.

There are a few different ways to approach self assessment. One way is to simply keep track of your progress in a journal or log. This can help you identify areas where you need improvement, as well as giving you a sense of accomplishment as you see your progress over time.

Another approach is to actively seek feedback from others. This could involve asking a friend or family member for their opinion on how you’re doing, or soliciting feedback from your instructors or mentors. Feedback can be extremely helpful in identifying both strengths and weaknesses.

Check out this piece by EC for more on self-assessment.

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Monique Chambers

Monique started succeed in 2018 and indulge in 2011. She has published two apps; Indulge Me GIFT and Indulge Me FOOD and volume 1 of The Artists Directory - Malta, as well as an audio book, Table 7. A PR and Marketing professional by trade with a Masters in Entrepreneurship, Monique's passion is to promote local talent and Malta in general.