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Oh yes.
Old 11-10-2020, 09:24 AM
 
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In our district, we have provided 1. and 2. Depending on the school, each child has gotten a tablet or a chromebook. Any parent who asks for it has gotten a Mi-fi hotspot.

So now it boils down to 3. Parental control at home. So when N is laying down on her bed on her pillow in a dark room as a first grader, who is to blame for her lack of learning? When I keeps popping in and out of his Zoom meeting, turning the camera off and on constantly, who is to blame? When S. and B are sitting shoulder to shoulder with their ipads in front of them, with no headphones and different classes, is it any wonder they're constantly distracted? When J's face (lips, cheeks, and forehead) is covered with some sort of whipped cream that he keeps licking off his face, who is to blame?

And that's just today!
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