People distrust online elearning
Due to Covid-19 pandemic, was showing that in Mexico, only 44.3 percent of households have computer equipment and only 56.4 percent have an Internet connection. In rural areas, the figures are considerably lower: 20.6 percent and 23.4 percent of households have a computer and an internet connection, respectively,
However, we took the actual situation as a challenge. The face-to-face learning experience is an expirence:
- Most of the online assessments are limited to questions that are only objective in nature.
- There is also the problem of the extent of security of online learning programs.
- The authenticity of a particular student's work is also a problem as online just about anyone can do a project rather than the actual student itself.
- The assessments that are computer marked generally have a tendency of being only knowledge-based and not necessarily practicality-based.
So, we took the initiative that provide online classes to all students who required it, it was not easy many people distrust this type of learning and are not willing to accept it.
There was no other way and we followed it. We are trying to get our people to adapt to the new way of learning. It is difficult to convince those who do not believe in technology. That is the reason why our online culture is low.
We try to continue working in a smart way, involving parents and teachers
Parents and teachers