COVID-19 has turned the world upside down. All sectors, including the education sector, have been drastically affected all sectors including education. The world is searching for new strategies to cope with this pandemic and its aftermath. Higher educational institutions are now looking at online teaching-learning as a window of hope. Many institutions and teachers have taken efforts to incorporate online education and are trying to use tech tools to such as Learning Management Systems (LMS) and web conferencing platforms such as Udemy, Educadium, CourseCraft, and Skillshare, and are trying out different means of reaching out to their students who are quarantined in their own homes and towns and villages. The apex bodies such as the UGC and AICTE have also appealed to teachers and have advised students to make effective use of web learning. But sceptics and cynics have created myths about web learning, which we need to debunk so that we can transition effectively so that knowledge and … [Read more...] about Seven myths about online education
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The statement released by the university added all 13 players are now self-isolating. 10 other football players will self-isolate due to contact tracing, "all of whom are asymptomatic at this time." The university has also revealed four other football student-athletes have tested positive for the Covid-19 antibody. … [Read more...] about These are the schools reporting coronavirus cases within their athletic programs
“Once students come back to classes, whenever that be, I wonder whether parents’ number one concern will go from ‘Is my child paying attention?’ to ‘Did my child touch anyone else?,’ Ranganathan says.Reopening of schools and colleges, however, will not put paid to online learning now. In fact, many ed-tech firms believe that online learning is here to stay in some form or the other hereon. … [Read more...] about Online teaching is hot skill now, but what does it take to get there?
Pankaj Garg, an associate professor at Rajdhani College, said, “It is going to further aggravate the problems of students. The only solution is to cancel the exams and declare the results of students on the basis of past performance and current session internal assessment. The way Covid 19 cases are increasing every day there would be no improvement in the situation by August 15.” … [Read more...] about DU postpones final year online open-book exam till August 15
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