The Blacks and Whites about Online Learning


Updated: January 5, 2022

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The Whites

1. Not suitable for every child.

2. It surfaces chronic parental issues present in the country or society.

3. It shows up the unwillingness of educators to respond swiftly to 21st century demands.

The Blacks

1. Suitable for children with the interest to learn.

2. It highlights the good parents (minority).

3. It shows up educators who are agile and tactile to respond swiftly to 21st century demands.

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Meet The Author

I am Amorkard Trevano Brown, a master teacher of biology who is based at the St. Elizabeth, all-male school, Munro College. I am firm believer that the strength of a man lies within his beliefs and the will-power to rise above social hurdles. I started out as a handcart vendor in Montego Bay Market which is a testimony to my strength, resilience, and fortitude to engage in continuous growth and development. I am a graduate of The University of the West Indies, Mona where I pursued a bachelor’s degree in Science Education (botany and zoology). Currently, I am pursuing a master’s degree in educational planning and policy at The University of the West Indies, Mona.

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