HOME LEARNING DAILY VIDEO DATE :- 19/2/2021.
2020 has been a difficult year academically as children across the planet have had their studies disrupted thanks to the extended closure of faculties due to the pandemic. In India, the effect has been particularly severe with complete lockdowns ensuring that the youngsters had no recourse to any of their support systems including schools, teachers, tuitions or group studies. In such a scenario, online education has been propagated because the solution both by private schools also because the governments (Centre and state). The system is functioning beautifully for youngsters with well-resourced parents especially in urban areas, but the underprivileged children in rural hinterlands where the majority of our student population resides, are left woefully behind.
Discussions on counselling, patient safety, ethical dilemmas in our Ophthalmic practice which are usually caught by students while seeing the school on the work can now be taught in these virtual classrooms. Many effective online teaching strategies are available for free; for example: “Building a Community of Learning (Southern New Hampshire University)”.
The government has been touting online classes as a viable alternative, but unequal and patchy access to the web has meant the experience is vastly different counting on location and household income.
Along with several researchers, i’m engaging with families across the country who are sharing stories about how they’re supporting their children with education needs while schools are closed.
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Let us examine the prerequisites for online education for a toddler . the primary and foremost requirement is access to the web . Second, there’s a requirement for an appropriate device to render the content. Third, the content itself should be of such a top quality that the kid should be ready to grasp it remotely. Fourth, the resources to realize access to a number of supplementary learning material available online. Lastly, the power of oldsters to support their child in online learning through technical also as pedagogical support.