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Aryal is pursuing an MPhil degree at the Department of Development Education in Kathmandu University-School of Education, and currently working as the School Coordinator at The Celebration Co-Ed School and College in Kathmandu.

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Home-schooling is better than online classes: A teacher’s experience

With the onset of novel coronavirus pandemic, worldly affairs around the globe have come to a grinding halt. The viral threat has affected normal life and rendered the people captive inside their own houses. Like in other countries, Nepal announced the lockdown on March 23, which subsequently extended repeatedly in an effort to control the […]


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  • Umesh Harwani says: | June 05 2020 12:18pm

    Process of studying of 90% scoring student-
    1. Introduction to topic at school
    2. Understanding at home
    3. Clearing doubts with teacher
    4. Revising and reading it again and again
    5. Practice at home and tests at school
    6. Now all the concepts of topic are clear
    But what about students who didnt develope interest in studies in their younger age or wants to develop, or students who are sportsman and dont get this much time. They also deserve to study. Time should be given to other activities also.
    Home schooling is actually made for self study and during lockdown we can use it in the best way.
    Home schooling is just like study buddy, always there with a child. But remember quality does matter. And do features of a home schooling product.
    I am a dealer and i know how it can be used at its best. For more you may contact me on facebook.
    -Umesh Harwani Amravati

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  • Umaira Tarannun says: | June 05 2020 10:30am

    Every teacher’s thoughts have been put across so aptly. I strongly support the fact nothing can replace classroom teacher. And this goes well for both fast paced and slow learners. Being mother and educator, I feel homeschooling can only be used to inculcate social and cultural awareness and to impart life skills. Irrespective of the fact that parents know the concepts or not.

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  • Alka DD says: | June 04 2020 6:16pm

    Good analytical article. Especially average and slow learners are facing problems in the situation. However slow learner trying to resolve problems on their own, I observed. But home school although is good option but not possible with higher class students. Because I am sure all the parents are not able to guide their ward in all the subjects, as they are not that level specialised like teacher.

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  • Dr Amrita says: | June 04 2020 3:01pm

    Enjoyed reading the article. I, myself,am a supporter of homeschooling as a good method of teaching. Just a question,is it a good option for senior students also (say of class 11th/12th)

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  • Sweta Sengupta . says: | June 04 2020 1:44pm

    Hello really loved your write up and totally agree with u.I being an eng teacher don’t find satisfaction while teaching literature specially.feel guilty as the slow learner s remain unattended due to time restraint.then again homeschool ing may not be feasible for all if they are not adeptin the particular subject.working parents may not be available .so let’s pray and wish physical classes may resume soon.

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