This Online Class is Hilariously on Another Level




In order to provide an appropriate answer on the issue of the school opening for SY 2020-2021, DepEd has been conducting consultations for the past 2 weeks, with its executive committee, management committee, civil society, business sector, and education experts. Parents and learners also expressed their views on Facebook and other forms of social media. The law provides that the school opening shall start on the first Monday of June but not later than the last day of August. The responses favor any day in August as the preferred opening of the school year.



DepEd is conducting a much bigger survey of more than 700,000 respondents, not only on the opening of the school year but also matters related to social distancing; and online classes, cellphone, television, or radio as an alternative or complementary approaches to learning. So what is an online class?



An online class is a course conducted over the Internet. They are generally conducted through a learning management system, in which students can view their course syllabus and academic progress, as well as communicate with fellow students and their course instructor. While many of us are not willing for this kind of schooling, some are making fun out of it.



Just like this random Netizen who filmed himself making a discussion in front of a laptop and ended up asking on how much is the pot and the stove he kept on revealing on the video. There is a pot and stove because the Netizen was discussing condensation as a part of science class. As he explains what condensation is some of his "students" ask him how much is the pot and the stove.



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