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ABOUT THE CORONA VIRUS AND ONLINE CLASSES
I am offering a $200 discount for my Spring II online session, starting April 28th; this is in addition to other applicable discounts.
As crummy as this shutdown has been, this a perfect time to prepare for the SAT and ACT, so I am trying to enroll as many kids as I can. Now, I know that kids may not be too jazzed about adding another online class to their workload. But, from talking to many of my students and their parents, it sounds like the problem has more to do with the medium than the message: schools simply weren’t set up to transition to online classes. This isn’t their fault; who could have foreseen this situation?
Luckily, I don’t have to deal with the bureaucratic red tape that normal teachers do. I have had no problem teaching my Spring I class online. Yes, I miss the personal contact with the kids but, if anything, my class has been more efficient over the past month. My students have had many hours of quality classroom time online with me–no goofing off or chatting with friends–and are strongly encouraged to send their homework to me before class for detailed feedback and revision.
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