How to Avoid School Zoom Burnout

Posted by ICON School on Mar 31, 2021 1:15:08 PM

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“You’re on Mute.”

This very well might become the phrase that reminds us all the most of 2020-2021; the year Zoom took over EVERYTHING, and Zoom burnout became a thing.

Virtual classes were quickly brought online in schools across the country in a response to the pandemic, and a lot of us still have mixed feelings about it. While many students (and adults) like Zoom and have no complaints, there are many more who are experiencing a list of experiences or symptoms known as “Zoom Burnout.”

Homeschooling vs. Online School: Understanding the Differences and Making an Informed Choice

Posted by ICON School on Feb 24, 2021 2:30:56 PM


The surge in online and virtual school options has led to confusion between traditional homeschooling curriculums and online schools. However, it's crucial to recognize the significant disparities between these two educational approaches, including their structure, design, and administration. This article aims to clarify these differences, enabling you to make an informed decision about the benefits of online school for your family.

The Future of Education: Why Online Learning is Here to Stay

Posted by ICON School on Dec 28, 2020 11:09:38 AM


Online education has expanded tremendously over the last couple of years, especially since the onset of COVID-19. The appeal of online learning continues to grow due to its convenience and accessibility. Today, e-learning provides many of the same benefits as traditional classrooms and more. Here are just a few of the many benefits students stand to gain through online education.

How Does Online School Impact College Applications?

Posted by ICON School on Nov 23, 2020 4:42:49 PM


Online school is a great option for many students, and even more are joining this method of schooling due to COVID-19. However, some parents are worried about how this type of learning will affect college applications. Today we're taking a look at how colleges view online school on student transcripts, and what you need to know about addressing it if colleges ask.