The quality of education is always at its best - even online.
Online education in our school is of the same quality as face-to-face classes, and it also has many advantages.
2020 is a challenging year in which we all had to go online. It is still difficult to say what the next academic year will look like and how much of it will be online learning. But do not worry about the quality of the lessons, even if you have to switch to online.
How we teach online and why it is effective, we talk about in this article.
You will enjoy learning online
You will enjoy learning online
On July 1, students of the course "Admission to Creative Universities" were supposed to come to our Prague . But so far, due to the closure of consulates and borders, they are studying online. According to a questionnaire conducted the other day, all students are satisfied with the quality of education, and half even see its advantages in online learning.
For example, children like that they save their time and study in a comfortable home environment.
“My course has been going on for almost a month now and I am absolutely delighted. Surprisingly, I do not experience severe stress or any apathy when studying on the courses, on the contrary, the teacher and the guys from my group motivate me to continue my studies. The atmosphere of the lessons is very calm and pleasant, the advantage of online learning due to the current situation, of course, is the familiar home atmosphere . "
Ekaterina Sokolova, student 2020/2021
“It is very convenient to study online. The time saved on the commute to school can be effectively spent studying at home. The only drawback is that there is not enough live communication in Czech to quickly integrate into Wednesday . "
Irina Zenchik, student 2020/2021
Of course, we hope that the guys will soon come to our Czech Republic. But it is important that thanks to online training, they study according to the program and go towards their goal - they are preparing for admission.
In real time
We know that many people have preconceptions about online learning. Someone is afraid of something new, while someone just already had a bad experience of studying online. Many people imagine that online classes are boring sitting at the computer, independently reviewing the explanations of the rules in the notes and then completing assignments. But this is not the case with us at all.
Online learning can have many benefits, but you need to have self-discipline and good time management to keep going. For example, with the onset of the pandemic, when online became very popular, many writing services, like https://bidforwriting.com/dissertation-help ,offering students homework began to grow rapidly. Many more students began to turn to these services. This is probably due to the transition to distance learning.
Online learning is in real time and is based on communication with the teacher and classmates. Students actively participate in the classroom. All have cameras on, so the lessons are as close as possible to "live". As in face-to-face classes, students work in groups, in pairs and individually with an educator. It is very convenient to work online with texts, an interactive whiteboard, audio and video content, educational games and all kinds of Internet resources.
“In response to this challenging situation, GoStudy quickly organized high-quality online classes in Zoom with the integration of the super-user-friendly Google Classroom service. Despite the fact that the lessons are online, the quality of teaching is always high. "
Alexander Sadovsky, student 2020/2021
In north-eastern Ukraine, a counter-offensive has seen the nation's forces recapture swathes of territory, and drive out Russian troops.
But in the newly-liberated areas, relief and sorrow are intertwined - as accounts emerge of torture and killings during the long months of Russian occupation.
Artem, who lives in the city of Balakliya in the Kharkiv region told the BBC he was held by Russians for more than 40 days, and was tortured with electrocution.
Balakliya was liberated on 8 September after being occupied for more than six months. The epicentre of the brutality was the city's police station, which Russian forces used as their headquarters.
Artem said he could hear screams of pain and terror coming from other cells.