If you had the chance to use the Google search engine on the days when the COVID-19 outbreak was still occurring, we could see Google images on the old face that were different every day. Google has launched a different Google Doodle series every day to express its gratitude to those who always maintain the stability of the running of a country. One of the Google Doodles that was launched was the Google Doodle Teachers and childcare workers series which can be seen on Friday, April 17, 2020. Google's appreciation of teachers and education personnel is not without reason. Teachers have contributed to helping keep education going, even online. They directed students and parents to understand the dangers of the COVID-19 outbreak.
They lead children directly to stay at home with a variety of positive activities that parents may not be able to do alone. So it's only natural that Google places teachers and child workers as one who is appreciated in times of epidemics like this.
Many complaints from students and parents about the difficulty of learning from home, whether from the burden of work, the provision of adequate internet and gadgets, including the cost of education.
From the point of view of the teacher who is carrying out the teaching, it is also difficult to work from home.
Working from home requires many things, such as the unclear division of work hours that make teachers unable to divide time between work and family and household chores, and back again with internet facilities that may not be fulfilled by the teacher himself. When people appreciate complaints about students' learning difficulties when learning from home, then reduce the burden of learning so that students do not stress that can cause a decrease in body immunity or boredom with learning at home, it is also important to realize that teachers should not be burdened with too many assignments outside of teaching that might have caused the same events experienced by students. To make them more expressive, more creative, they also need spare time to do what normal people do, like exercising or doing their hobbies, which is of course that are done at home. If they can do this, they can be happy and they can share their happiness to students and parents.
What Google has done makes us aware that teachers and educators are part of the community who are also struggling against this extraordinary event. Hopefully, all teachers in this world remain healthy, remain dedicated in their work, and can still develop themselves so that they can spread it to others.