Online School Resumes

Still frustrating. The good teachers have been replaced due to some unknown reason. The Physics class was conducted in a meeting with poor signal. Calculus remains mysterious, while a group of elites have got their doubts cleared. I am way too scared.

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  1. Can help you out with Calculus…

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    1. Rejoy Dey says:

      Thank you very much sir. Please do.

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      1. How but? Suggest a method or way

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        1. Rejoy Dey says:

          Just commenting the basics will help I guess

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        2. Rejoy Dey says:

          rejoy0019@gmail.com is my mail id. You may send some workouts there too!
          Thank you for your help

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  2. Calculus remains mysterious!!!!
    For me it was dangerous 😂😂

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    1. Rejoy Dey says:

      yes! Do read my latest poem and comment how you felt.

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  3. FlowCoef says:

    in re Calculus, you may get something out of “Calculus Made Easy” from ca. 100 years ago, but these things never change: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/33283

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    1. Rejoy Dey says:

      Thanks for commenting and helping 😊.
      Kee

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    1. Rejoy Dey says:

      Thank you very much for your support 😃
      I request you to kindly read some of my poems as I am quite sure on my side that you will enjoy them more than my personal ramblings (which are quite boring) ! 😊

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  4. dolphinwrite says:

    With the change in public education, many schools going online, parents have a unique opportunity. They can see and hear what is being taught. While their children are learning, the parents can watch, or even record the lessons. In this way, they can learn how subjects are taught, perhaps utilizing the lessons to “learn” how to teach themselves. But there’s a greater opportunity. To really watch the lessons. In this way, parents can discover what they like and what they don’t regarding the materials. They can learn what is taught in schools, but also how it’s taught. And as parents become more involved in their children’s education, they can better understand why their children struggled so much in the past, but also, where good lessons helped.
    As a teacher, I encouraged parents to come to my class. Of course, I was more inclined to parents that had a good attitude, those wanting their children to have a quality education, and if they could assist in the class, I certainly would appreciate. But as the years passed, and the dynamics changed, and more adults seemed to have lost perspective, some looking to create problems, I was probably less apt to encourage, though I still wanted them to understand what I was working towards in preparing their children. But I also realized how the curriculum was becoming of less quality, and therefore my own education, research, and understanding could be utilized to support the students’ education and opportunity to think for themselves.
    But now, parents, at their leisure, perhaps after work, can view lessons. This is a fantastic opportunity. To know what your children are being taught. How they’re being taught. What makes sense and what doesn’t. What parents agree with and what they don’t want their children taught. Perhaps, in this sense, parents can have more oversite regarding education, then decide what the parents want to teach themselves. This is fantastic. For with this opportunity, teachers will realize what they say and teach is monitored, from multiple directions. This can have the effect of creating more discussions, more blogs, more debates, and all to find quality methods of instruction.
    But even more. What subjects they feel are taught well, they can monitor and learn. What subjects are not taught well, or inadequately, perhaps then the parents reviewing the texts to see the materials, they can then bring home “other” materials to provide a more comprehensive understanding. I have found this often with history texts. Since I knew the texts, researched on my own, I could supplement with my own education, research, and readings, bringing in materials to provide a more well-rounded understanding of the subjects. Science too. But I also encouraged them to do their own research. And some students did. And they brought discussions to the class so we could all share and examine history.
    We encourage more and more parents, while this valuable opportunity is with us, and perhaps online learning will become the norm, parents supplementing where they can, to watch their children’s lessons. And perhaps, when regular schools resume, if some send their children back into the classroom, they can sit in those classrooms and “see” if the instructions “match” what was seen online. And with a greater understanding, the children may come home and share what they’ve learned with their parents. For the children’s education is extremely important to their futures, but also how they view the world.

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