Online classes are no less fun and learning

No wonder, school is the best place for any student to learn and experiment but the current situation has made it almost impossible to attend a physical school. However, the online classes taking place are no less interesting. I remember the first day of my online classes when I was expecting it to be less fun but to my surprise, my teachers made the day so much interesting that I could not realise how the time had passed so quickly. Even though I could not be present in school physically, I felt so much engaged with my teachers and friends. The experiential learning, fun-filled activities, quizzes, and assignments, nothing was missing in online classes, all thanks to school.

My most memorable day during the last year is the ‘online lunch and the movie session’ organised by the school. I could not believe that I can connect so well with my friends through such an event even when we all are trying to be safe in isolation. Although I missed sharing my food with everyone, I could feel everyone sharing their joy. It was a great day that filled me with a lot of energy.

I was astonished to see the loving and affectionate environment of my online classes that I thought would be missing. I am so thankful to my teachers for the live learning sessions and all the activities which have helped me to keep up with my studies as well as extra-curricular activities even in this difficult time of the pandemic.

 

 

 

Source:https://telanganatoday.com/

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