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After “Java me hum C++ use karte hai” another #WhiteHatJr teacher explains How does Internet work Btw guys last night my LinkedIn AGAIN got suspended. After 16 YT videos, 2 YT chnls, 2 Reddit accts, Quora, Twitter handle, many articles #WhiteHatJrScam is still getting me banned https://t.co/ffN5...dj

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When a company/institute grows much bigger, they should be more careful in quality control and strict in hiring. The way WHJ designed their ads reflects their teaching skills. Not just this, many online platforms like Unacademy, Coursera, Khan Academy, Byjus etc and offline coaching institutes have several such dumb people who call themselves as teachers. Teaching wrong concepts to kids is much dangerous than doing the same with adults. These idiotic people are spoiling kids future for money.

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Sab mile huye hain jee.. 😊

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ULYSSES wrote:

When a company/institute grows much bigger, they should be more careful in quality control and strict in hiring. The way WHJ designed their ads reflects their teaching skills. Not just this, many online platforms like Unacademy, Coursera, Khan Academy, Byjus etc and offline coaching institutes have several such dumb people who call themselves as teachers. Teaching wrong concepts to kids is much dangerous than doing the same with adults. These idiotic people are spoiling kids future for money.

Khan Academy is a Non Profit Org.
May I know what problem did you face? Weren’t they upto your standards?

Don’t make such comments if you don’t understand it. Now, any comment you make in future will be not taken seriously.

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B3A5T wrote:

Khan Academy is a Non Profit Org.
May I know what problem did you face? Weren’t they upto your standards?

Don’t make such comments if you don’t understand it. Now, any comment you make in future will be not taken seriously.

I am curious. OP mentioned multiple online channels/education companies however you only picked up Khan academy. Are you a stakeholder in Khan academy??

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DaBomb wrote:

I am curious. OP mentioned multiple online channels/education companies however you only picked up Khan academy. Are you a stakeholder in Khan academy??

No

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B3A5T wrote:

Khan Academy is a Non Profit Org.
May I know what problem did you face? Weren’t they upto your standards?

Don’t make such comments if you don’t understand it. Now, any comment you make in future will be not taken seriously.

Can you explain why do you think that he don’t understand what ?

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Had a belly full of laugh when the kid asked masoomly, “agar baarish hui to data tapakne nahin lagega mam”? joy joy joy

#ROTFLMAO

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deb3l wrote:

Had a belly full of laugh when the kid asked masoomly, “agar baarish hui to data tapakne nahin lagega mam”? joy joy joy

#ROTFLMAO

not so masoom bacha smiling_imp

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nofpd wrote:

Can you explain why do you think that he don’t understand what ?

There a lot of difference between the Khan Academy and Unacademy/Byjus.

A significant one is,

The former is a reputed international not for profit online education platform the other is a Business.

The overall comment being, don’t talk if you don’t know about it.

P.S: I don’t have much information about Coursera, so no comments on it.

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B3A5T wrote:

Khan Academy is a Non Profit Org.
May I know what problem did you face? Weren’t they upto your standards?

Don’t make such comments if you don’t understand it. Now, any comment you make in future will be not taken seriously.

Being a Non profit org doesn’t make them immune to quality teaching. I know it because I followed some courses on that particular platform and I learnt the same concepts with much better analysis from some other means which is also free. I don’t mind whether you take it seriously or not? I said the truth. There are some bad teachers in every institute which they don’t deserve.

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bikidas2060 wrote:

not so masoom bacha smiling_imp

Yes, kid is deliberately asking those questions and some one is making her do it. But the confidence in the teacher to say that cloud is some imaginary space should be appreciated.

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ULYSSES wrote:

Yes, kid is deliberately asking those questions and some one is making her do it. But the confidence in the teacher to say that cloud is some imaginary space should be appreciated.

Appreciated?? Or laughed at?

Myself got angry (inside) for these careless ways of providing kids such wrong info in the name of “teaching” under a brand name. They should be heavily punished. angry

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deb3l wrote:

Appreciated?? Or laughed at?

Both. She didn’t even pause to think as if it’s a common question for her and she knew everything about it. I saw one person who confidently teaches that Bluetooth got its name because of a king who had blue colored teeth.

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Both. She didn’t even pause to think as if it’s a common question for her and she knew everything about it. I saw one person who confidently teaches that Bluetooth got its name because of a king who had blue colored teeth.

I have real life experiences with such people and I am always amazed with their confidence level even after proven wrong. They just never admit! pray

Gawd save such students!!

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Having a bit knowledge about how to teach, I had the opportunity to explore all those platforms.
The fact is none of them are following the basic pedagogy. In fact they don’t have an iota of knowledge about it.

Creating some animated video/ppt doesn’t make you a good teacher .

You have to implement various levels of learning (e.g. Blooms taxonomy for cognitive domain). The same must be implemented not only for teaching but for assessment as well. Different types of questions targets different knowledge domains.

Now coming to mass market companies like buku or whitehat etc. They thinks that’s teaching is an easy job and just by connecting teachers and students will solve all problem.

Yes you will earn money but you will not sustain for long.
There is thousands of tech ed starts coming up they are implementing teaching learning scientifically. I have seen some one of them are really interesting and it will change the way we learn forever.

Forget about following proper pedagogical techniques some of the faculty members don’t have basic knowledge.

People thinks child education is the easiest because a child will not argue against what the teacher is preaching .. here we parents have to be careful to save our child from predatory educators.

During childhood, learning rate is the fastest. You put garbage in you get garbage out for the rest of the life.

You can order an item from flipkart / amazon , if you find some fault in it you can return. If return option is not there you loose your money.

But in case of online education once you learn garbage things or learn something in wrong way or develop just Remembering and Understanding domain of learning (there are 6 types of cognitive learning remembering, understanding, applying, analysing , evaluating and creating) then you can’t revert it back. Money can be earned back but these companies should not play with child’s future, societies future.

Regarding Khan Academy and Similar platforms : Yes they are one of the leading players in online teaching learning.
I personally will recommend the same.
but I have not seen any educator if they are following any certain quality standard !!

Ask any online educator that what are the pedagogical initiatives they are following for maintaining a standard (I said standard not quality) of education. You will get your answer.

Again I repeat teaching doesn’t mean just dictating some facts to the students.

By the way these teacher dominated learning system is going to die soon.

Active learning (student centered learning) , hybrid pedagogy, flipped learning, problem based learning etc. are going to take over to the current system. Education 4.0 is on the way.

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nofpd wrote:

Having a bit knowledge about how to teach, I had the opportunity to explore all those platforms.
The fact is none of them are following the basic pedagogy. In fact they don’t have an iota of knowledge about it.

Creating some animated video/ppt doesn’t make you a good teacher .

You have to implement various levels of learning (e.g. Blooms taxonomy for cognitive domain). The same must be implemented not only for teaching but for assessment as well. Different types of questions targets different knowledge domains.

Now coming to mass market companies like buku or whitehat etc. They thinks that’s teaching is an easy job and just by connecting teachers and students will solve all problem.

Yes you will earn money but you will not sustain for long.
There is thousands of tech ed starts coming up they are implementing teaching learning scientifically. I have seen some one of them are really interesting and it will change the way we learn forever.

Forget about following proper pedagogical techniques some of the faculty members don’t have basic knowledge.

People thinks child education is the easiest because a child will not argue against what the teacher is preaching .. here we parents have to be careful to save our child from predatory educators.

During childhood, learning rate is the fastest. You put garbage in you get garbage out for the rest of the life.

You can order an item from flipkart / amazon , if you find some fault in it you can return. If return option is not there you loose your money.

But in case of online education once you learn garbage things or learn something in wrong way or develop just Remembering and Understanding domain of learning (there are 6 types of cognitive learning remembering, understanding, applying, analysing , evaluating and creating) then you can’t revert it back. Money can be earned back but these companies should not play with child’s future, societies future.

Regarding Khan Academy and Similar platforms : Yes they are one of the leading players in online teaching learning.
I personally will recommend the same.
but I have not seen any educator if they are following any certain quality standard !!

Ask any online educator that what are the pedagogical initiatives they are following for maintaining a standard (I said standard not quality) of education. You will get your answer.

Again I repeat teaching doesn’t mean just dictating some facts to the students.

By the way these teacher dominated learning system is going to die soon.

Active learning (student centered learning) , hybrid pedagogy, flipped learning, problem based learning etc. are going to take over to the current system. Education 4.0 is on the way.

Wow. Amazing bro. What depth in writing!
Ur post automatically reminded me of those by @Alpha.barood
Ru an academician? If not u certainly think like one 👌🏻
- @pingpong

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It clearly shows that in social media if you have numbers you can close account of normal users. and the scocial media plateform will not bother about it.

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nofpd wrote:

Sab mile huye hain jee.. 😊

had अन्नकूट/anna-koot type sabzi just the other day.
elders like it, but as kid i did not relish it much (mainly because EVERYthing was mixed).
now with aging😅 anything easy on the digestive tract is fine!
i think you😊 and folks like 😊 @ithehappy @vish @rini50 @hana25 etcetera might know it as ল্যাব্রা

but i ONLY eat (prefer) the one at home/ our kitchen. but often get trapped in the hometown rituals where cousins are fully involved in the local temple and insist everyone has अन्नकूट/anna-koot dish .. by the quintal.
(but i go check the place where they clean and cook the vegetables😁 and ALWAYS 😱 out.) and hope/pray for the hydrochloric acid and digestive juices in my stomach to help me tide the “trouble” (for the lack of another apt term)

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anak wrote:

had अन्नकूट/anna-koot type sabzi just the other day.
elders like it, but as kid i did not relish it much (mainly because EVERYthing was mixed).
now with aging😅 anything easy on the digestive tract is fine!
i think you😊 and folks like 😊 @ithehappy @vish @rini50 @hana25 etcetera might know it as ল্যাব্রা

but i ONLY eat (prefer) the one at home/ our kitchen. but often get trapped in the hometown rituals where cousins are fully involved in the local temple and insist everyone has अन्नकूट/anna-koot dish .. by the quintal.
(but i go check the place where they clean and cook the vegetables😁 and ALWAYS 😱 out.) and hope/pray for the hydrochloric acid and digestive juices in my stomach to help me tide the “trouble” (for the lack of another apt term)

Posted in wrong thread smile

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guest_999 wrote:

Posted in wrong thread smile

hmmm😒…. it was a callback on the “Sab mile huye hain jee.. 😊” by nofpd moshai with the memories of mix veg i had recently!.
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food is a universal language¡!
i think even bigger universal language than the dance language!

so yeah.. that’s that!

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