Fasha, a professor of educational sociology at the University of Lausanne, analyzed that since the Wuhan pneumonia epidemic, the number of depressed students has increased by 10 times.
Students at the University of Lausanne.
(European News Agency)
[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] The Swiss University of Lausanne (l'Université de Lausanne) held an international education and training conference this month, attracting many education experts from around the world.
Many professionals indicated at the meeting that at this stage, students are getting more and more depressed and lethargic in their campus life.
Cases of bullying, dropping out, or failing academically in schools continue to increase, according to RTS.
Marc Herzer, dean of the l'école de culture générale Ella-Maillart in Geneva, said that since the beginning of the new academic year, he has encountered about 20 complex cases like the above, which are at a low ebb. Students are likely to have attempted suicide or even developed severe anxiety disorders that keep them from going to school.
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Farinaz Fassa, a professor of sociology of education at the University of Lausanne, analyzed that although these issues have not been brought to the attention of recent years, since the epidemic of Wuhan pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19), the number of depressed students has increased significantly 10 times.
Because of the pandemic, distance learning has replaced physical teaching, resulting in all students being forced to stay at home for long periods of time overnight, which is detrimental to those students in difficult circumstances.
Although the International Education and Training Conference has yet to come up with a solution, Zoé Moody, a professor at la Haute École pédagogique du Valais, believes that schools still play an important role in improving students' depression.
"A large part of children's lives is spent in school. It is really disappointing if schools still treat students' psychological problems as fairly simple social problems. The direction that schools should think about is how Working with families to create a conducive environment for children to grow up.”
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