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United States Masshole 
For people who are doing in-person school during covid, what is it like?
2021-02-24 22:07
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#1
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Libya gardadefier
funny
2021-02-24 22:08
yes
2021-02-24 22:08
Real
2021-02-24 22:09
I'm doing in person uni half of the weeks and it's weird
2021-02-24 22:10
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#5
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United States Masshole
How similar is it to pre covid schooling
2021-02-24 22:11
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We're only half of the class and schedule is made so we have the least free time possible between classes so we don't spend too much time together, also social distancing in class but teaching didn't change much.
2021-02-24 22:20
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do you think the way you are learning in person is better than remote in a comfortable conditions?
2021-02-24 23:04
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Doing online classes and doing nothing is exactly the same
2021-02-24 23:05
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I saw in some classes there were plastic walls between tables and you had to wear a mask all day
2021-02-25 00:14
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We have to wear masks all day obviously but no plastic walls
2021-02-25 00:14
#6
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Reunion Esquinox
it's only new people for me so it's weird when they remove their mask
2021-02-24 22:11
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+1
2021-02-24 22:26
Perfectly normal
2021-02-24 22:11
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#9
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United States Masshole
flag checks out
2021-02-24 22:12
in brazil we had the stupid idea ever... so there is rotation, one day goes the teachers, the other day goes the students. wtf i'm there and nobody to teach me, they said "we must flat the curve" lmao
2021-02-24 22:11
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Who had that idea wtf?
2021-02-24 22:17
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The mayor
2021-02-24 22:29
#18
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Slovakia Daev0n
lmao that's the most retarded idea I've ever heard
2021-02-24 22:26
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that was a joke bro, but im glad u laugh, that was the idea :)
2021-02-24 22:30
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Oh wtf I thought ghcnvbkn had wrote that for some reason
2021-02-24 22:31
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#30
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Brazil kise217
but if u want to know a lot of schools were closed again because of new cases of covid in those schools
2021-02-24 22:54
#37
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Slovakia Daev0n
It's not funny since it's not true
2021-02-24 23:12
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A joke its not about truth
2021-02-25 00:43
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#42
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Slovakia Daev0n
In this case it was.
2021-02-25 00:46
We had "normal" school from august to december in Denmark (I work as a teacher) But the mood was strange because of the spring lockdown experience, and because many arrangements had to be cancelled until everything shut down again in december. It was almost as frustrating as the lockdown. And test results were worse than normal.
2021-02-24 22:18
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hello teacher are you brainwashing your students with a leftist agenda?
2021-02-24 22:25
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You misspelled science
2021-02-24 22:31
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sad that from the renaissance to the 19th century, france was superior in math and today they are doing gender studies
2021-02-24 22:37
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In France, even since before the Renaissance all our nouns have a gender, so nothing new in that mate.
2021-02-24 22:39
#23
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United States Americah!
everything checks out
2021-02-24 22:33
Yes and no. If I did have a "leftist agenda" and tried to "brainwash", I would be fired as soon as one pupil mentioned it to their parents. But if teaching danish values to kids is brainwash, then all teachers here are propagandists. My perspective is that most of what we experience in Denmark is "normal" and/or balanced. That we have a good balance between right and left, with each side holding power about the same amount. And our society has a good degree of freedom. So do I talk nicely about some of the things we have been seeing in China/Hong Kong, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Poland, Hungary or USA. No. Except when credit is due. Most of these countries have at different times done really good things. On rare occasions I have even said good things about Putin and Trump ... when they have done something good. But I never deliberately tell a lie. Biased - yes. Lying - no.
2021-02-25 16:56
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very nice! so what are you teaching?
2021-02-25 17:20
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Thanks I teach danish, history, religion & nature/science. I rarely trash anything (though we saw a documentary on human rights in Saudi Arabia and it was impossible to defend what is happening there), but I point out what can seem odd from an average danish perspective and try to discuss other perspectives. Like Creationist vs Big Bang Theory - we discuss if both things can be true. There was a Big Bang, and it has been proven through observations and calculations, but you can believe it was caused by a divine force etc. Also notes that many scientists have been religious and how religious people can fuse science with faith, if they are willing to take into account that some holy texts were (wrongful) guesswork, but that it is still reasonable to hold on to the general idea of religion, if you can accept that not every "holy" word should be taken literally - like the World is only 6000 years old. So - to make room for most peoples standpoint. Also keep in mind: You can explain and understand many things, but that is not the same as excusing them. (Like the german anger after ww1 explains how nazis could come to power, but doesn´t excuse it or its consequences.)
2021-02-25 20:41
Flag checks out
2021-02-24 22:22
It sucks, i come home with a sore throat almost every day and half the school is stuck in quarantine lol
2021-02-24 22:25
Worse than online school
2021-02-24 22:26
everyone wears masks, we do more stuff with ipads than paper, and we aren't alowed to move in desks if someone near you catches covid you study from home for 2 weeks also they made it so that there's an up stairway and a down stairway (idk why) it's less fun, everyone seems more tired/burnt out, and there are a lot of idiots that think wearing their mask around their chin so that it looks like a face diaper is cool and edgy
2021-02-24 22:41
Good because I can meet with friends and we actually learn something, but it's a bit hard Online is so useless, I could just go deliver newspaper or something and benefit more
2021-02-24 22:43
just a common school/college hours idk
2021-02-24 22:45
#29
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Finland epeape15
Normal
2021-02-24 22:50
#31
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North America 007DBR9
I'm doing hybrid so that the school can have less than half the people there, it's kinda weird, you eat lunch at a table by yourself, most of my friends are either in the other group or online only so school just feels like alone time tbh
2021-02-24 22:58
perfect.somedays i come to third hour. + have free hour and can leave and buy smth
2021-02-24 23:02
with masks but normal
2021-02-24 23:03
#36
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United States Bioax
i'm doing mixed classrooms are smaller (in terms of population), we have to wear masks, and spray down the desks after use it isn't really as bad as you would think.
2021-02-24 23:05
not doing it now, but going back in a week and a abit, and did it from september to december, its basically the same here, movement around school is a little limited, you have to wear facemasks inside but it doesnt actually matter that much. windows have to be open in class which is annoying but realistically its not that different since the friends dont act different
2021-02-25 00:16
#43
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United Kingdom pnuTblyat
i dont go to a person school
2021-02-25 00:49
normal, but today they announced that we are gonna have online school and I'm happy
2021-02-25 13:21
Mask is kinda annoying ngl. Also it pretty cold during the winter because we had to have the windows open.
2021-02-25 16:58
with masks but is way better than online, in break I don't have hard restrictions so I can eat and talk with my 2 friends normally
2021-02-25 20:54
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