Nowadays, the problems many parents are facing towards their children is Virtual Classes. Teachers are trying their best to teach but it’s too tough to handle especially for lower classes. Mixed responses are coming from the parents as their children are not engaged during the session.
We have seen many videos and images doing rounds on social media about the teacher’s struggle to make students understand the classes. Parents are involving while teachers explaining to the kids. Few teachers cannot control the noise of every child as most of the parents are forgetting to mute the microphones of their children. Few may face technical problems and network error issues. But something is better than nothing.
Many poor children even don’t have these facilities to learn. “A good teacher is like a candle, it consumes itself to light the way for others”. Yes, a school named St. John’s Bosco in Kochi is taking care of seven students who are not having these facilities. They are having classes daily under the Vallarpadam Bridge. Even though they conduct virtual classes, they are making sure no one should be left out.
Since June 2nd, teachers from this school will daily go to their place and make them to listen the recorded classes as they previously explained to the other kids. They bring the charts to explain them clearly. Daily the class will be for one hour and it will be adjusted for more as per children’s needs. Their parents are the migrant workers from Mysore who came to Kochi for fishing according to the News Minute reports.
Being a teacher is not a normal job, we should appreciate the school management and the teachers who work tirelessly to make every child get educated during this crisis.
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