Online Learning Experience: My Experience As An Online Learner

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As an online learner, aiming to be a professional Psychologist (ideally with vulnerable young people), I have learnt that it is still possible to interact with other colleagues and be able to discuss our ambitions, goals and experiences. I’ll be completely honest at the start of this week 1 I was very unsure about online learning it was all very new and scary to me. I’m not the very best with computers to top it off however I know all the basics but that didn’t really help with my struggle to understand how it all worked, even going through the Swinburne websites over and over at the beginning it was still daunting and unknown waters, I was contemplating moving to a course that is face to face. Now it’s 4 weeks into the course and I can’t believe …show more content…
9’s at Bentleigh secondary school which I felt was a great way to slowly get into the feel of expecting the unexpected and learning that when working with people sometimes things don’t go to plan no matter how much you prepare, I learnt that behind most behaviours there is a underlying reason which maybe the person themself does not even no, and also making sure that you have a complete non judgemental holistic approach when in the field. I was fortunate enough to get offered a casual position where I did my school placement and from there 4 months later was promoted to you worker and still working within this …show more content…
It also helps with the increase of critical thinking and learner confidence which is ideal once again in both my current position and ideal position as it helps to make clear judgements and make rational decisions which is very important when dealing with young vulnerable people. 2015 COM10003: Learning and Communicating Online/ilearn.swin.edu/viewed 15th July

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