Because of the Covid-19 epidemic we had tostart the second semester of senior 2 by seeing our teachers online. In fact, Ihad never taken any online course before, and it was the first time forstudents of the DCP program to take 3 Canadian courses at the same time. I hadnever been exposed to Canadian Math courses such as MCR3U before. To tell thetruth, I wasn’t used to the teacher’s teaching method at the beginning andcouldn't catch up with the teacher. I didn't understand the instructions verywell. I spent almost the whole night after class just to finish my first MCR3Uhomework. In the first two weeks I felt like I was learning Canadian math on myown. Besides, taking online classes alsocaused other problems: my eyes got tired easily after staring at the screen ofmy computer for a long time. I feel thatthe class was so unreal and it was so difficult to concentrate on listening tothe teacher. I was distracted easily bythe entertainment news that popped up unpredictably. In order to prevent myselffrom studying passively, I made a schedule to balance work and play so as tomanage my time effectively. I also started to conduct learning reflection twicea week, which was helpful to restrain my fickleness. When it's hard to keep going, I would rewardmyself appropriately so that I could keep going on. Gradually I made progressand got satisfactory marks. Thus, basedon my practice I drew this conclusion: To succeed in online learning, we needself-motivation, self-discipline to complete daily work effectively.