For teachers who are teaching any remote learning students.
Last week, I posted a survey on the problems faced by students during the covid pandemic. And I’ve received a staggering 93 responses overall, for which I’d like to thank all the members of this subreddit for filling the survey and upvoting the post.
Here’s the survey stats and a part of my report as promised: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LSW9JCG4sUNMCOa43n7cN77XparkGzDQ--gEi9Wp1zc/edit?usp=sharing
A few things to keep in mind:
For students who’re clueless about what they’re going to do after this year, for students who are barraged with ten different assignments and five different exams, believe me - it’s going to get better from now on. Once you get done with all of this stuff, you’ll be free. Yes, you may argue that “Vro, even kolez has homework, assignments, rat race never ends, les return to monke” but you won’t have the stress of uncertainty or the stress of a competitive exam breathing down your neck. That’s the hardest part for now, and you’ll have to bear with it. Decide on one exam, and give your best for it.
One important thing: Please leave social media for a while if you’re addicted - (have >2 hours usage). Leave youtube, quora, reddit, instagram, etc. Go on a dopamine detox. Cut excess sugar if you eat a lot of biscuits, chocolates, cakes. It’s hard initially, but as you go on, it’ll be life changing as it was for me. At some point in the future, you will return to those platforms, but you’ll never get addicted again. I used to spend an average 1-2 hours on reddit before, but now I just spend 10 minutes everyday. Just make sure you don’t slip into the mindless scrolling phase again.
Special shoutout to the pardon my french guy
(Don’t take your school very seriously, 10th grade th