The Covid-19 crisis continues to be severe, and the midterm exam period is nearing university. I have a lecture that runs independently every 5 weeks, so I had to finalise the grades every 5 weeks in the middle of the semester.
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The symbolic operation enables us to calculate the math formula by symbolic expression. To solve a equation, user only need to provide a symbolic form of expression to get the answer.
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It seems to be a lot of people who think that online classes are unreliable. If you look at the current guidance for online class from the Ministry of Education, you can find amendment such as how many hours a professor has to produce a video, and learners stay time on the video should be more than specified time. No wonder online classes from such a wrong perspective are insecure. Continue reading “eLearning for emergency(5): Importance of using tools”
Many instructors are giving their first online lecture because of the corona crisis. The university has sent an official notice that online lectures are currently being conducted until the beginning of May. At that time, neither it is guaranteed yet whether the lecture can be conducted face-to-face.
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There are a lot of confusion about running online classes. I tried to summarize the problem. The online method can be divided into synchronous and asynchronous. Synchronous is a method in which learners and instructors face to face in real time. Synchronous method includes both video conference and live broadcasting through video streaming.
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