High school students Maja (18) and Jeremi (16, right) take part in online school lessons from home. Since the coronavirus pandemic began in March 2020 all teaching has been conducted via online home learning computer applications.
Maja says: ''I feel a bit lonely. But lately, my friend and I have been drinking coffee together over Face Time to sort of see each other. I see my boyfriend a lot, live. It's good that he has a car, because we can even aimlessly drive about in the car. At home, I am less motivated because I am wearing sweatpants, or when I am tired, I am in bed. So I thought about going to the library together with my friend and studying there together. But not now. It's too cold outside now.''
Jeremi says: ''There's zero motivation, everybody cuts corners, so why not cheat? And when the teacher says that he will be checking our knowledge today, students tell him that they do not have a microphone. Teachers are often powerless except for the computer science teacher who doesn't get fooled so easily.''