Dr Vasanthi Thiagarajan and Ms. Manila express how the pandemic has changed the very foundation of schooling and how they-teachers, parents and students alike- have adapted to this unanticipated situation and are working together towards a smooth transitioning into online and new ways of learning
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The virtual educational system has brought about many changes in the sector. It is to be the norm, at least for the foreseeable future. A short analysis of how the sector adopted the changes initially, how it is coping now, and what needs to be addressed.
For inclusive education to be effective, teamwork and constant discussion are necessary. Inclusive education is not just for the benefit of the child with special needs, but also other students as well as the teachers, schools, and management to make conscious efforts to include all equally.
Online platforms have replaced physical classrooms during this pandemic. But it is relatively new to the Indian education system, so educators are struggling. From digital literacy to its ill effects on everyone’s health, there are a lot of challenges that are discussed at length in this video.
The ideas and efforts of teachersand academic leaders are important in the education system being able to overcome crisis situations such as the COVID19 pandemic. Creating a healthy culture based on good communication and the right values will help schools adapt to these changes easily.
The shift from traditional school-based education to the current online classes has not been easy on either the teachers or the students. Mrs. Shanta Maria James, Principal, Indian Central School Kuwait, discusses how educators can make the best of the current times.
Let Us Hear! My School! Dr. Manimekalai Mohan, When the Storm Brews & The Waves Swell, Only an Experienced Captain can Control the Ship & Save it
A school that is adored by the community for its focus on discipline and values along with knowledge, SSVM follows a culture of communication before action. With adequate support and guidance from every member, this school is sailing through the pandemic