Yes, it is already a fact that Students don't TURN ON THE CAMERA in CLASSES. With several studies conducted on virtual classrooms, some shortcomings have been detected in their application. As well as direct disadvantages to students, such as cyberbullying.

Students don't TURN ON CAMERA in CLASSES
You already know the main reason for not doing so.

After almost a year of virtual classes worldwide, evaluations are beginning to be received regarding the application of this new online modality. The study goes into how it has helped and how it has affected the student sector.

One of the experts in charge of the professional evaluation of these applications conducted a study, we are talking about CIDENI. By its acronym Ibero-American Center for Children's Rights, in conjunction with the Digital Rights group. From interviews to all those belonging to the school life, where they commented on the process they have lived to adapt and live this new online reality. Where a common point was persistent in the interviews, the existing fear of having to turn on the camera during class.

You may be wondering, is the problem of turning on the camera that serious? Well, according to analysis from the study, the main fears are having to show their space through the classroom cameras. Since the other students can see what they can see, they can be cyberbullying. It is worth noting that having student viewing is required by all educational institutions.

Among the students consulted, most of them commented that they were living in a very unsafe environment. In addition to not having suitable spaces in their homes and with continuous distractions that do not allow them to focus on what really matters to them. For this reason, they often prefer not to show their surroundings.

Ester Valenzuela, the head of CIDENI, commented that many of the educational institutions don't really care about all aspects of the students. However, she stressed that it is not their fault since they had to adapt toa new way of teaching on their own without any professional guidance.

"Several institutions have opted to require photos of them on the day of class to be posted as pictures during class so they don't always have to turn on the camera. However, there are schools where this is not allowed. Many of those in the classes are afraid to show their home. They are embarrassed to show themselves in front of a camera and by doing so they can be victims of cyberbullying, which, brings consequences." Ester commented.

CIDENI director Valenzuela argued that for the coming years, schools must consider new modalities during virtual classes. So that all their students can adapt without any problem to education, in addition to encouraging them to grow and overcome their fears. Since online classes already seem to be more than just an eventuality.

We have to overcome the fear of Students don't TURN ON THE CAMERA in CLASSES.


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