Gao Yang is a teacher at a key middle school in Changsha, responsible for the mental health education of high school students. In more than a month of online classes, he can clearly feel the anxiety that is pervasive among the students, especially the senior three students. For many parents, online teaching is a "no way" thing. When some parents see their students using mobile phones, they always feel that their children are playing instead of studying. The learning status of students at home is also very different from classroom learning at school. Too many distractions make it difficult to focus on learning. Nowadays, the time for returning to school in some areas has been clarified. However, with the outbreak of overseas epidemics, the resumption of classes in many places is still far away. Online classes have become a popular standard among students today. 01 Every student becomes a "lonely" learner After more than a month of online classes, Xin Hao, a second-year student in Chongqing, wants to go back to school more and more. At 8:15 in the morning, the first class is on time, usually Chinese or mathematics, lasting 40 minutes, followed by the second class 15 minutes later. In addition, there is a physical education class every morning, with different tasks every day, sometimes skipping rope, sometimes physical training.
Checking in is also relatively simple, just record a few seconds of video every day and upload it before 7 pm. Faced with the sudden outbreak, the education sector has made a series of policy adjustments. At the beginning, the school required eight professional courses a week. Now only four courses of Chinese, mathematics, English and physics are required. Chinese, mathematics, and English have one session every day, and two physics sessions a week. At present, the school's online teaching platform mainly includes "Cloud Classroom" and "Renrentong" of the education system, as well as Tencent Conference, DingTalk, etc., including live and recorded classes. The network conditions at home for children in first- and second-tier cities are sufficient for live classes; while the network environment in third- and Panama Phone Number List fourth-tier cities and remote areas has gradually shifted from live broadcast to recorded broadcast. (National primary and secondary school network cloud platform, providing recording courses / pictures from the Internet)
Wang Jing is a junior high school teacher in Chenzhou, a third- and fourth-tier city in Hunan. Restricted by the network environment, starting from March 9, online teaching has been changed from a combination of live broadcast and recording to full recording. Not every teacher participates in the recording and broadcasting, but teachers are selected by the Municipal Education Bureau, and the recording and broadcasting courses are uniformly arranged for all students in the city. "The first day we started live streaming, the city's network systems crashed." As a class teacher, a lot of her work is outside of teaching, such as filling out administrative forms, arranging for new books to be mailed, supervising students' homework and answering questions, and making phone calls to parents for their opinions. Network restrictions, lack of interaction, and difficulty in monitoring are common criticisms of online education. However, is online education really for everyone? Internationally, learners are usually divided into 7 different learning styles: Visual-spatial, Aural-Musical, Verbal-Linguistic, Physical-Kinesthetic, Logical -Mathematical), Social-Interpersonal and Solitary-Intrapersonal. In addition, there are hybrid types that combine a variety of styles.