During self-isolation, rapid changes in everyday life, the learning process in schools around the world, and in Ukraine in particular, has significantly changed. Students of the Faculty of Journalism of ZNU spoke with students of graduating classes from different cities of our country. The topic of their communication was the things that the student community are concerned about the most today. This is what the eleventh grader of Zaporizhia comprehensive school I-III grades №3 Denys Shushmyntsev told.
- I am currently in hospital, but that does not interfere with my educational process. I play table tennis professionally, take part in competitions and have awards. I have also been fond of football, volleyball and judo since childhood. After getting out of the hospital, I plan to do acrobatics, because, I think, it is never too late to study.
We are currently involved in distance learning, and we have online lessons. That is, at the right time everyone sits at the computer and listens to what the teacher tells. We also prepare homework remotely. We have a group chat of our class on Telegram, so we communicate and get the information we need. Even during quarantine, teachers continue to prepare us for EIT. We get all the information in the chat, and so we prepare. Even though I am currently in the hospital, I try to complete all my tasks on time. I wish my peers reaching their goals without fear of obstacles.