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Change In Education After Lockdown.

16 June 2021

The COVID-19 has resulted in schools shut all across the world. Globally, over 1.2 billion children are out of the classroom. As a result, education has changed dramatically, with the distinctive rise of e-learning, whereas teaching is taken remotely and on digital platforms.

Post lockdown, the situation became very tough and it took a great time to recover worldwide. Education is the base of the career, gives meaning to life, wings to fly, and guts to fight against injustice. It also allows us to live life with respect and dignity. But after lockdown, the terms of education changed- to good from bad or from bad to good, depends upon an individual's perspective.

Learning in a classroom is more personal and interactive, but there are a lot of benefits to enrolling in an online course, and most of it is in terms of convenience and affordability.
But actually, there are pros and cons of each topic and so does E-learning has-

Let's talk about the Advantages of e-learning

  1. Students can comfortably attend the classes at the ease of their comfort being at home.
  2. Many courses can be attended after school periods to add to the knowledge.
  3. Due to its convenience and flexibility, the resources are available from anywhere and at any time.
  4. Web-based learning promotes active and independent learning.
  5. As you have access to the net 24x7, you can train yourself anytime and from anywhere also.
  6. It is a very convenient and flexible option.
  7. Can utilize weekends too for additional educational training.
  8. Students can clear their doubts if any without hesitation.
  9. The video instructions that are provided for audio and video learning can be rewound and seen and heard again and again if you do not happen to understand the topic first time around.

Disadvantages Of e-learning

  1. Lacks social interaction:
    E-learning is one of the causes of social isolation because you don’t see your teachers and classmates face-to-face anymore. Interaction is very limited to none.
  2. Inaccessible to others
    Consider yourself lucky if you’re located in an area where the internet connection is fast and stable. Unfortunately, some have very limited access to the internet. They have to go to internet cafes or use public Wi-Fis which is very inconvenient.
  3. Cheating is unavoidable
    E-learning includes assessment, just like in a regular classroom setting. However, there are no teachers to watch over you during exams. It’s easy for online students to share answers knowing there’s nobody watching.
  4. Requires self-motivation and proper time management skills
    You’re basically on your own in e-learning. You have to motivate yourself to study hard, take down notes, and gather more information. You should also manage your time well by learning how to juggle studying being at home with family love and pampering. 
  5. Focuses more on theory 
    You’ll spend most of your time listening to podcasts, watching videos, and looking at slide presentations. There’s no hand-on experience like conducting experiments.

It’s the most modern way of learning that requires only a gadget and internet access. However, it’s not for everybody. Being aware of the advantages and disadvantages of e-learning can help you decide whether this is for you or not.


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