Several parents in the Parents Demand Change group acknowledged that teachers became much more demanding of their students after classes resumed physically after two years of health restrictions. Children now have a harder time adjusting to school face to face, parents explain, և Teachers need to be more lenient with grades.
“High grades are much more difficult or not at all. And here, for example, I refer to the sports class. My child has two 8th grade sports, but he also has partners who have 5 և 6. The children are demoralized, I see that their average is declining rapidly, these averages that are so strong in terms of national assessment. wrote a parent.
There is no summary after online school
Another parent from Sibiu admits that during the epidemic, some teachers were unable to keep their lessons online, so students were left out of the subject. The main problem was with physics.
Returning to the bank, he says that the children did not receive a summary of the subject from the physics teacher, additional explanations, but only “very difficult tests.” “We had to meditate with him,” he says.
In addition, the painting teacher suddenly became very demanding. “If until last year my child was in the 10th grade, he always congratulated him, now he only gets the 7th grade. “I can not explain this change,” he added.
“My daughter has two classes – 4 in Biology and 4 և 5 in Mathematics. He does not solve the tests because he does not understand the requirements of the exercises. “In sports, he had an average of 6 in the first half,” reads the comment of another parent of the civic group.
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In fact, a survey conducted by Save the Children shows that most students feel tired, overwhelmed, and think they need more help from classroom teachers this school year.
Urban students are more likely to say that they are sad, tired or lonely, and those who have to take an exam are more likely to feel that way.
It is possible that teachers “feel the need to compensate by applying more pressure “
All the changes, even if they are good, bring with them “a certain degree of stress”, explains psychologist Mircea Dragu in an article for the 9th school.
“Years after partially losing touch with students, teachers may need to compensate, perhaps by putting more pressure than necessary or experimenting more than necessary,” he said.
The psychologist puts the teachers’ emphasis on the war in the neighboring country.
“It is fair to say that teachers are under stress, each of us has more or less suffered, depending on our structure, the reservations we had when the epidemic came. And that in our life, including in the context of war, in a neighboring country, we continue to experience much more stress than we used to. We each more or less adapt to this context. ”
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“Whether we are teachers, parents or therapists, we can be present in our relationships with our children, paying attention to their emotional needs and helping them express them,” says Mircea Dragu.
Prioritize child well-being to the detriment of impressive school results.
Mircea Dragu, psychologist:
The big problem is poor emotion management at school
Ovidiu Panishoara, a professor at the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, also says that the stress caused by the epidemic has doubled due to the limitations of online learning. In addition, the effects of emotional exhaustion will be seen later.
“Yes, the students needed more help from teachers, but not compulsory education, but more relationships, communication and mutual understanding. Let us not forget that “children” and “teenagers” had to face two crises at the same time, the crisis of their own development and the epidemic crisis. “And now about the war, food, etc.,” explains the education specialist.
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Have the teachers tightened? “Maybe, I do not think it is a rule,” says the specialist. “What happened to us in the last two years revealed a big problem of the Romanian school. No consistent steps are taken to develop good emotional management at school, be it for students, teachers, or even parents. “, – he notes.
“Who teaches students what to do when they are sad, what to do with the fear or anger that surrounds them?” Who helps teachers to be a factor in school well-being? Who cares that parents know how to manage their emotions so that their children can set good examples at home and then at school? ”
Ovidiu Pânișoară, education specialist:
A happy student learns better և is more motivated, according to Pânișoară. The specialist also explains how teachers should adapt to students who have not been able to keep up with the subject.
“The lecturer has always been patient for the teacher. Students are not only more timid, but in some places more explosive, they can show anger or apathy. It will take time for us to sort it out. “Before the epidemic, I did not look very good, but now everything is clearer, I stand out more.”
“Parents ask at home. «What grade did you get?» և no «What did you learn today?»»
Pânișoară also talks about a list of methods և techniques that will be the same as the “craftsman” hand tools.
“Today’s students, under the influence of technology, have a certain surface of engagement, they are multifunctional, which is good, but they are impatient,” they put their heads forward, wanting everything right և without effort. “It’s what the literature called the ‘digital generation’ before the epidemic, now everything is stronger,” he explains.
«We can not try to reconstruct the student according to the model we liked to work with a few years ago, expect him to respond well to the old horse of learning. The key is motivation. What can motivate today’s student? ”
Ovidiu Pânișoară, education specialist:
The teacher and the student should not be in opposite positions, I, the teacher, against the students, we, them, the specialist points out.
“If students do not learn, it fails for both them and the teacher. Unfortunately, this perspective often causes us to become overwhelmed when it’s time to start a project. Parents ask at home, what grade did you get? «not” What have you learned today? ” For a student to learn, he must enjoy what he has learned. “If” shooting “the notes becomes just an obligation or a run, in the end we will have nothing left.”
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