This summer, my daughter is going to take a summer course at a cram school, so I visited there with her to have a guidance. I was surprised to see that the whole learning system has changed compared to that used to be.
I saw that each student studied individually in a separated booth watching a video that had already recorded by a famous teacher. All students can freely choose the subject and the content that suit their level. Further benefit is that they can pause the video when they like to think or to take a note, and repeat it over and over until they can fully understand.
I thought that this is an ideal education system for high school students. If public schools adopted this learning method, students would be more motivated.
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When I was in high school, I used to attend a cram school where more than 100 students were seated in a big room. Popular teacher's classes were always crowded. This summer, my daughter is going to take a summer course at a cram school, so I visited there with her to have a guidance. I was surpri