While we don't know exactly what the coming year will include, it's critical for kids, teachers, and parents to look after their overall health and well-being. Adding varied assignments not only helps kids handle stress, but it also allows teachers to take care of themselves.

Blended Learning

Blended learning is a school or classroom structure in which students learn from both instructor instructions and self-directed activities. If children are exposed to this way of learning in the following years, this combination will be even more beneficial.

Personalised Education

In recent years, personalised learning has become increasingly popular. Its goal is to tailor learning to the individual. It encourages pupils' progress so that each child can progress at his or her own rate. Teachers can now utilise the same adaptive software program for all of their pupils in their classroom thanks to new adaptive software packages.

STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics)

You may have heard of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education, which prepares students to join the profession with practical knowledge and high-demand skills. But, in recent years, we've discovered that not only science improves academic achievement; students in the arts also do. As a result, developing STEAM (science, technology, engineering, and arts) offers pupils with a more well-rounded practical education.

Genius Hour

Genius hour is that one hour each day when a student works on a self-paced and self-chosen project. It's a revolutionary teaching method that encourages students to improve their creative and independent thinking abilities.

Citizenship in the digital age

Digital citizenship is described as the effective and appropriate use of technology and the internet in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic. To cope with this learning, which has transitioned from traditional learning to modern online learning, good digital citizenship is required.

Learning in small chunks

Bite-Sized learning is a method of teaching kid's certain academic abilities in a short, intensive period of time. Instead of extensive lessons, it breaks down material into small parts. The only thing that makes it up is the length. It is made up of 10–15-minute sections.

Social-emotional learning (SEL) is a type of social-emotional

These days, the term "social-emotional learning" is a buzzword. Many students are forced to live stressful lifestyles as a result of the Covid-19 dilemma. Teachers' use of social-emotional development approaches to promote pupils' academic achievement has become a must for an hour. Because it aids in the reduction of behavioural challenges in the classroom.

(This is a slightly modified version of an article originally published in India Today. The original article can be found at https://www.indiatoday.in/education-today/featurephilia/story/10-popular-educational-trends-to-deal-education-crisis-post-pandemic-1878843-2021-11-20