Hi, hello, how are you? Are you healthy and safe? We sure hope you do.
How’s online classes? Is everything going smoothly? Are you bored and tired of the situation?
We know things are different right now during the pandemic. Social and physical distancing are a must, after all. However, don’t lose hope just yet!
School might be different, because it has to be online. You might not be able to meet your friends and peers face-to-face, but the fact that you can still meet each other online is a blessing in itself. So, do your best in class!
For students: please respect your teachers! Online classes have not been easy for them as well. At least, pay attention to their explanation and respond to them. Put on proper clothes and sit properly. Turn on your camera if you can, so that the teachers know who’s behind the screen listening to their explanation.
For teachers: please do your best in teaching! We know that it might be difficult to have restrictions when you’re teaching. It must be difficult to be confined into a screen while having to convey difficult materials to your students. However, it is not right if you just give students a ton of homeworks instead of actually explaining the materials to them. Find ways in which you can actually teach your students effectively. Remember, these childrens are the future of our nation.
At last, we hope everyone will continue to take education seriously. Don’t forget that, sometimes, education is a privilege, but also put your health first and foremost before anything else. If learning online has become overwhelming, don’t be afraid to seek help.
Please stay happy, healthy, and safe!
Team Project Child Indonesia
Written by Graciella Stephanie Ganadhi, Content Writer Intern Project Child Indonesia