Teachers of this generation have to stay advanced in order to offer world-class education to their students what with new situations like COVID-19 propping up. Here are the new hurdles:
With the education system already adapted to online learning, the seismic shift in the method of teaching over the past 12 months is sure to bring about a lasting impact on how students are taught – more for the better than worse.
Continuous and comprehensive education was introduced into the CBSE curriculum as part of an overall evaluation of school children. It is a child-centric approach and considers every student as an individual learner, rather than being compared to peer groups.
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:
Education as we know it, will not go back to completely being classroom-oriented anymore. Future classrooms are sure to be a combination of coursebook lessons and EdTech as the benefits of combining both are many, both for the teachers and students.
With the spectacular growth of technology everywhere, Artificial Intelligence has conquered almost all sectors, including education. Taking advantage of its brilliant benefits, educational institutions are exploring its potentials to make AI effective in teaching and learning.