D.A.D AGAINST STUDENTS AND TEACHERS STUDENTS DESCRIBE THEIR EXPERIENCE WITH D.A.D AND THE PROBLEMS IT HAS CAUSED.

Since 5 March 2020, students have not been able to go to school due to the pandemic: distance learning, or DAD, has begun. A change in relationships immediately emerged, the distance limited the conversations and emotions that accompany the hours at school. The problems arrived immediately: professors in difficulty, connection problems with consequent loss of lessons; many pupils pretended to follow the activities while they were doing other things. According to the teachers, who feared a general worsening of the classes, the more “motivated” pupils continued to work, while those who already had difficulties disappeared completely. It became clear that not all students, even if they are born digital people, belonging to the “Generation Z”, were used to using a computer, while others, more technological, have become real computer technicians willing to help their comrades.
“Now that we are back in attendance, the classrooms have re-animated, relationships have begun again: even if with
difficulties due to the absence of physical contact and the muffled voices of the masks, we like to talk to each other live and smile with our eyes “, say students and teachers!

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Autore:

Mancini Cristina

Classe:

3ªA Staffoli
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