Challenges and responses in the current scenario
- Effective education involves stimulation
- Lack of quality education
- Learning from home
- Lack of coaching centers
Blended learning and the new normalEducational institutions will need a significant amount of planning and possibly an overhaul of their education system. Blended learning seems to be the way to go, where institutes can include video conferencing facilities, more engaging content, and digital face-to-face interaction with teachers. The government introduced digital learning through initiatives like eVidya and DIKSHA. However, less affluent families do not have access to tablets, PCs, laptops, and internet connections. This means, not all students from semi-urban and rural areas have access to digital education. This is a significant challenge to overcome.
What lies ahead?If education has to succeed in the post-pandemic era, educators need to adapt to technological advancements and follow a new system to teach students. After all, the main motive of the education system is to teach students about various topics. The importance of blended learning is more evident when the most lucrative jobs and fields require you to understand the latest computer technologies and frameworks. Teachze is India’s first fully digitalized coaching institute. It offers online coaching classes to students preparing for competitive exams like JEE, NEET, and professional examinations like CA, CMS & CS. In addition, Teachze provides bilingual education, allowing students to learn in English or their preferred local language.