Post the pandemic hit us, an increasing number of parents have taken a hiatus from work or other responsibilities to concentrate entirely on building their child’s future.
Teachers, the ones who stood at the helm of the classroom are now taking charge in a virtual realm. Most of them had never utilised technology at this scale or intensity before. Under such circumstances, how should the well-being of teachers be ensured? Here’s more:
Phygital Education – the shift from classroom learning to virtual and blended learning. This is predominantly thanks to the effects of the pandemic and the governments’ increased focus in digitising and renovating the education system. Here’s more:
NEP holds the promise to shift the focus from conventional education to vocational. This in turn adds skills necessary to attain jobs for students from an early age. Here’s the transformation NEP can bring to the country’s education system in the next ten years:
Education is sure to become more technology-driven every passing day, but to what extent in 2021? What are the major developments anticipated for the same and how can education transform with these? Here’s more:
Educators have seen a significant transformation in the field over the past couple of years. With digital invasion prominent in the sector, speculations on AI replacing teachers altogether are on the rise. Read on to find out why this will not be feasible: