What has online taught us?

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Shock, stress, frustration, uncertainty, fear… Just a part of what we experienced in March 2020.

Looking back, we understand that all that came into our life to make us stronger and to speed the progress up. In Seleng Studio, counting over 450 students, it took us just a week to switch to the distance teaching. At first, it was hard: sore eyes, aching back and the thing we wished for the most-to see and hear well our little and big students.

Now all the worries are behind. We have learned how to quickly adapt offline classes to those online and vice versa. We have realized that there are students who feel much better at home behind the screen. We have suddenly come across plenty of fantastic internet resources and understood that it would have taken much longer to find them if it hadn’t been to quarantine. We have explored programs to create wonders of animation, awesome drilling exercises, games, quests, races, common projects!

None mentioned means we give preference to online over offline teaching. We still consider the live communication is the key concept in studying a language. However, we are in love with both distance and traditional learning and can effectively use these methods in teaching a foreign language.

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