How does online school work

Online school: Virtual classroom

Schools can cooperate with one another in the absence of specialist or language teachers. For example, a Spanish teacher could hold her lessons in front of her own classes and those of the partner schools at the same time. If a teacher falls ill, the teacher from a partner school takes over the lessons. No more missed lessons. Students have a wider range of subjects. Subjects that are available at cooperating schools, but not at your own, can be chosen. Coordinated timetables of the partner schools are a prerequisite. Advantages from the point of view of the 16 education ministries: Personnel costs can be reduced and uneconomical schools can be closed.

Technically everything is possible with online learning today - thanks to fast internet connections, digital boards and video conference software. The schools are equipped with digital boards, so-called whiteboards, on which the teachers write. You can also show texts, pictures or videos on them. Everything is transferred directly - even the board painting reaches the student line by line. An external provider ensures that the connection is established and the software works.

Bildungsdoc conclusion. Virtual classroom designed as an online school. This could be almost as natural for future generations of students as it is for today's generation of teachers who are still standing in front of the school blackboard. If the state austerity policy continues to prevail and communication technology continues to develop at the current pace, many unforgettable “interpersonal relationships” between teachers and students will forever be a thing of the past. It's actually a shame!