Virtual lessons have now become the new normal since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus otherwise known as the COVID-19 which was declared a pandemic.
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Most institutions especially the tertiary institutions have turned to using the popular video conferencing application to ensure the continuation of teaching and learning.
YEN.com.gh, however, sighted a tweet by Top sports journalist, Michael Oti Adjei lamenting that schools want parents to pay for zoom classes for 2 and 3-year-olds.
Despite how unbelievable and ridiculous it sounds, it is just pointless to have a virtual class for toddlers.
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This post by the journalist has created some sort of debate on twitter
Sadiq believes it is just fair since he would be getting a discount.
Replying to Sadiq, Oti Adjei said it is pointless for a toddler
Nanaba also believes it is pointless.
Ayisha said she is dealing with a similar situation
Beelantey suggested he gets them educational materials for them to rather watch.
Nana said there no pint having all these extra classes.
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Meanwhile, Education Minister, Matthew Opoku-Prempeh, has hinted that final year senior high school students might do a one-year national service programme if the COVID-19 persists and schools remain closed.
Explaining the need for the programme, Opoku-Prempeh said back in the day, anytime there was a bit of disruption in the academic calendar, the government introduced national service to cater for the disruption and also to keep the students busy.
Speaking on Metro TV's Good Evening Ghana and monitored by theghanareport.com, the minister said the government is looking forward to that should schools remain closed.
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