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College life without meeting classmates, playing sport, or the social interactions that come as a rite of passage have been mentioned as the more obvious side effects of a year of studying virtually. But it has its pros and cons, according to one NUI Galway journalism student gave her view on what life was like while studying for post graduate studies.
Cepta Mahon from Cookalicious is a home-chef and cookery tutor, hosting in-person classes, online classes, Live cookalongs and Supper Clubs. Her ability to teach and share her love of all thing’s food is infectious and full of energy.
“Any fool can handle a crisis, it’s this day-to-day living that wears you down.”
Over the past 10 months society has been swallowed up in this tsunami called Covid, and as everyone knows the students of the world have been locked away and forced into an impersonal, harsh, shadow of their reality. As one of the misfortunate students, I would like to share my experiences over the past two lockdowns.
I can still remember the moment I found out we were going into lockdown. I was at a hockey match in Sligo, one of the girls looked at her phone and said all schools are closed for two weeks. I was thrilled, two extra weeks off school! Other than the fact the Patrick’s Day disco was cancelled I was very happy with the unexpected break. Little did I know those days would turn into months and that almost a year later we’d be back in lockdown again.
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As the parent of a 2020 Leaving Cert student, I have every sympathy for the class of 2021 and the uncertainty caused by the continuation of the Covid-19 pandemic for those students and their families. The debate which surfaced in April of last year has already begun in relation to the leaving cert of 2021, and whether the exam should be conducted in the 'traditional' format, or in a 'predicted grades' scenario, similar to last year.
With the schools currently closed and huge uncertainty around when they will reopen, Ireland's largest online education resource, iRevise.com (formerly mocks.ie) is providing all students with free study resources for the month of January. The service has helped more than 900,000 students avail of its resources, which has contributed to exam success and progress on to college.
Against all the odds set by Covid 19, Music Generation Galway City - a new venture for teaching music to children and teens - has proven a resounding success.
Irish language classes are the perfect challenge this autumn following the Covid-19 lockdown. Conradh na Gaeilge is offering a chance to learn through its series of autumn Irish language classes. The classes are available across a number of platforms; in Áras na nGael, 45 Dominick Street, and also online via Zoom.