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elisa freschi

1. I don't think that synchronous teaching should be just avoided, as this poster suggests. For small groups (less than 10--15 people) I still think it is a great solution, one can almost reconstruct the same atmosphere of a normal class.

2. "Don't try new methods" also seems unrealistic. Surely I had to try new methods, given that the situation is new. It took me time and energy, and it was in part demanding also on the side of students ---but at times also fun.

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