Does a lack of face-to-face teaching affect intelligence?


Felix Hutten

Virus there, lessons gone – that was often the reality in schools during the corona pandemic. Lockdown and quarantine tore holes in curricula and classes. Well, a good three years after the outbreak of the virus, scientists are trying to analyze the consequences of the anti-corona measures, also to learn what could be done better in a future health crisis. A team led by the psychologist Moritz Breit from the University of Trier is now making a contribution to this in a study on possible intellectual losses in schoolchildren, published in the specialist journal Plos One.

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