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Old 09-03-2020, 04:41 PM
 
Location: Tennessee/Michigan
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Kids around the world are going to school under very different circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many schools have reopened with varying degrees of mitigation depending on government guidance, while others haven’t reopened at all but instead implemented distance learning. Take a visual tour of what children of the world are dealing with during this unusual time.

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Old 09-03-2020, 06:05 PM
 
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Whoo-hoo! We just got out of quarantine overseas and the kids are in school full-time. Where we are, there is no COVID or restrictions. They do get temperature checks and hands sanitized every morning, but that is typical here even with no pandemic.

The school day is LONG! 730AM to 430PM but the kids are so happy to see and interact with other children that they basically pull us out the door every morning. Of course, their features make them "yakees" here, so the other kids were standoffish until they realized that ours speak fluently in the local language. We're making the rounds visiting all their cousins this weekend, but lots of family have already stopped by to see us.

After 7 months of lockdown and social distancing, followed by 2 weeks of not seeing ANYONE or leaving the house, it is really a shock to be around so many people!
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Old 09-04-2020, 05:52 PM
 
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I was just about to ask this question since September 1st just rolled around and schools around the world are ringing its first bell for the new school year or at the fall term.

It appears overall schools within the US seems to be among the more reluctant to reopen campuses. Most I know of never reopened for the spring after closing in mid March. Though in other parts of the world a number of school allowed kids back on campus just weeks before closing their doors again for summer vacation. Interesting right?
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Old 10-08-2020, 08:47 AM
 
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The current pandemic situation has created a great demand for online learning. Several institutes are opting for virtual classrooms and interactive modes of collaborations. However, the type of learning is not familiar to all categories of institutes yet. Many teachers are still trying to find secure virtual classrooms and are searching for the best interactive video platform in virtual learning. Moreover, teachers are continually wanting to upgrade and enrol their students in improved virtual classroom software solutions.
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Old 10-09-2020, 12:53 AM
 
Location: Melbourne Victoria
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The current pandemic situation has created a great demand for online learning. Several institutes are opting for virtual classrooms and interactive modes of collaborations. However, the type of learning is not familiar to all categories of institutes yet. Many teachers are still trying to find secure virtual classrooms and are searching for the best interactive video platform in virtual learning. Moreover, teachers are continually wanting to upgrade and enrol their students in improved virtual classroom software solutions.
Agreed, Although online classes are a good way, still there is so many issues. especially for a poor student even who can afford a laptop or tablet.
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Old 10-10-2020, 01:20 AM
 
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Default About online study

And the problem is that teacher cannot know each student who has known the knowlwdge.
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Old Today, 02:22 PM
 
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"Covid in India: With schools shut, teachers turn to loudspeakers and other tricks

Covid in India: With schools shut, teachers turn to loudspeakers and other tricks. Many schools across India remain shut because of the coronavirus pandemic. But with online classes not being a viable option in many rural areas, teachers have had to come up with creative ways to carry on with their lessons.
From using a loudspeaker to going around on a motorbike, some teachers have found alternative ways to teach their students. While India has allowed schools to partially reopen, many states are reluctant to do so due to rapidly rising Covid-19 cases."

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https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-asia-india-54462963
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