Our school was closed on 16th of March and we started our online education which ended at the end of this school year. It was not an easy task, but for us, teachers of English and students studying foreign languages were not a new one. We had taken part is some international projects/Comenius, eTwinning, Erasmus+/and we had used of different ways of online communications so far. So now we used ZOOM, SKYPE. Video conferencing tools, like Zoom, allow individuals to meet and work together productively “face-to-face” when meeting in-person isn’t possible. This makes meeting remotely much more human, which essential in order to help users feel and stay connected. We were having live chats. We could write on the white board as if we had been in our classroom. These funny photos show how our students enjoyed these lessons.
About the author
Julianna Baloghne Szigeti
I am a teacher of Russian, Geography, History and English.I have been teaching for 39 years.I live in a little Hungarian town in the Eastern part of Hungary.I am married,I have a son.This project is my second international project.I am a keen eTwinner.My school is a primary one in the centre of Berettyóújfalu.
Hi Julianna and pupils,
Its great to see how your school is adapting to virtual/online teaching. Your pupils certainly all look engaged and happy!