Anyway,I believe i can overcome all the difficulties and, after I start knitting, I will be really into it and find myself totally relaxed.Knitting helps me clear my head and start fresh, slows down my heart and lowers my blood pressure. Hopefully one day, I can knit wonderful purses and scarves, which is very romantic and colors my life.
Do you think computers are useful for teaching skills to children?
I teach both online and face to face and I don't think a computer can replace a teacher completely, but it can do a lot of useful work for learners. The fact that they can access things when they want for free gives them advantages that were simply not possible until very recently. however, the biggest advantage to me is not the computer's ability to serve up tests and references, but the ability to put people in touch with other people. Things like forums make it possible for learners to ask what they want, when they want and to get answers from all over the world, which is only possible through the Internet.
Do you think computers can completely replace teachers.
Never... For example, computers will never teach students the intuitive critical thinking skills that come from taking liberal arts courses, nor will computers teach students how to be good scientists, journalists, businesspeople, etc. Computers simply allow people who have already developed their job and life skills to access information faster and compute quicker. A good scientist is a good scientist, whether or not she has access to a computer, and likewise with almost all other professions.
Do you think it would be good to increase the use of computers in education and, as a result, reduce the amount of face-to-face interaction between teachers and children?