let’s Start with the fact that not all families due to lack of sufficient Finance is a home personal computers and smartphones this program gives permanent failure. The result is that a third of the class are automatically remains behind and is not able to participate fully in the educational process. And most often it concerns the children of immigrants. Considerable difficulties arise because of the poor quality of the Internet. In Italy with him and without pandemic was not all, frankly, smoothly, and now, when the Network sits at the same time a huge number of people, things are very bad. Link rides regularly, increasing the already huge gap between teacher and student. During the rare classes (in some schools they are only once a week) pupils, as a rule, almost can’t hear anything, trying almost lips to guess what he wants to convey to them the teacher.

“Children, which were divided into groups of 10 people, and so the house can hardly concentrate, and when they are in the ears of the constant cacophony, of course, to take a lesson and does not work”, – told “RG” the mother of the first grader Valentine. WeSchool, being a program approved by the Italian Ministry of education, definitely not the place to conduct “live” online lessons. Although there are many other more adapted for video conferencing resources, Italian teacher flatly refuse to connect to it.

In fact, the platform performs the function of a huge container in which the faculty regularly updates the visual content, scans of the books (their children had not yet returned), and tests. A further explanation of new subjects and the homework falls squarely on the shoulders of parents who, among other things, have to manage to work on udalenke in high-stress environments. It turns out that if moms and dads no time, motivation, and teaching skills or money for a computer, unfairly affects children.

this medal has another, no less dramatic side, which can’t neglect power. According to the survey conducted by the Italian Association of psychologists, among students aged 12 to 19 years, 68 percent of young men and 42% of girls are in a deep depression due to the remote training and the inability to interact with their peers. But to solve this problem in the near future, apparently, is unlikely to succeed.

the Italian school will continue distance education until the end of the school year, and in September, likely to ensure social distance of the students will be divided into groups and asked to alternate online training and classroom training.