Teachers prevent the use of technology in the classroom; Calling the way forward from the epidemic

Teachers stood behind all the anger, fear and frustration, the changes in laws and practices.

During the outbreak, teachers tried to focus on the subject, while others argued about everything.

“Last year I had 163 students in my class. I saw 65-70 children every day, many of them did not come to school.

Denman says she continues to hear arguments that distance learning does not work. She laughed, saying that the problem was not the instructions, but the behavior.

When it comes to participation, (as students say) I’m not in class, you can’t do me, I’m home.

Denman said they are really involved, educated and doing very well. Technology has improved education.

“I can tell you wonderful stories about how my kindergarten students grew up,” said Jose Armstrong, a primary school teacher in John J. Persein. He came up with a number of new methods to teach students how to maintain information.

The teachers we spoke to said that it would be a mistake to go back to how they taught pre-epidemics.

“I think this is a great opportunity to rethink education,” said Michael Hinojosa, Dallas ISD supervisor. I think this is our best opportunity to change what education can be.

Think again?

Teachers across the country have been modeling the school for years. Students are learning in the same way that their grandparents did, making some improvements along the way. Could it be a time for drastic change? Many people say yes, but how? They hear everything from technology to job training, business partnerships to strong teachers.

Kim Anderson, executive director of the National Education Agency, said: “If you ask teachers how to solve this problem, they will tell you what to do. They will tell you about that deep education, extended learning opportunities, community schools. ”

Seneca Denman, no matter what the big decision makers say, knows where her head is.

Before the outbreak, I did not return to teaching the way I taught. I learned some things. The pieces of technology will be there, not lost. He opened up a whole new world.


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