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Offline Johir Uddin

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The Dying Art of Instruction in the Digital Classroom
« on: August 05, 2019, 12:32:46 PM »
Of course, teachers have been reporting a loss of control in school classrooms for decades. I remember in the early 1970s a high school teacher working in a poor area of Boston telling me she might as well simply turn the radio on as loud as possible and spend her lessons listening to music. Friends in Milan today, teaching at the so-called scuole professionali, report similar experiences: the near impossibility of making oneself heard, the need to resort to more and more aggressive tactics to focus the minds of the pupils, many of whom simply don’t want to be there and can’t see the point. Having youth unemployment at high levels for so long in Italy hardly helps.

Link: https://www.nybooks.com/daily/2019/07/31/the-dying-art-of-instruction-in-the-digital-classroom/
Md. Johir Uddin Shohag
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Department of Law
Daffodil International University