Online classes in this lockdown

Ena shares her experience of online classes

Teachers and students enter a new world of virtual lectures and worksheets. The lockdown caused by the coronavirus shut down the schools and colleges and other educational institutions. This situation has created favorable atmosphere for a virtual classroom. Its citywide classroom: tens of thousands of students in cities and towns are glued to computers and smartphone screens as teachers take to online apps for lectures, tutorials, and assessments.
Nowadays we are living in the world of Lockdown, all of us student have to be taught through online classes, but Due to the lockdown, this is a problem in the network issues that we have to study online.

As well as this online education is also causing many physical problems like -“Eye irritation”.

e-learning poses a challenge to both teachers and students over technology and access, but it is keeping everyone busy with worksheets, video lectures, and assignments. With the unexpected COVID-19 pandemic, schools around the world have taken a step for closing their doors to help promote social distancing in the hope of slowing the spread of the virus. However, the transition to online learning could be a challenge for everyone to motivate the online classes, teachers are leaving no stone unturned to ensure joy, warmth, and humor while video conferencing with the students. This is now becoming trending where Mrs. Nidhi Bansal, Pro-Vice Chairperson, Pacific World School, said, “This transition to the virtual mode is an outcome of the collaborative efforts of the school management, teachers, students, and parents. Meticulous planning, frequent parent-teacher interface via WhatsApp, reliance on online resources and most importantly, the learner’s enthusiastic involvement is indeed inspiring elements in the collaboration.”
Zoom in for online classes….

The online class is a good initiative in view of studies but we are not able to adopt it fully. But it is a matter of happiness that even in this terrible situation we are studying at home while continuing our studies even while living in the down, as well as the teachers, are fully supporting us and the children also follow them are doing.

I hope that we will be able to overcome this problem soon and return to our orderly life as before. Let’s see when we return to the world of our offline classes.

 Ena Ray Chowdhury
MA Eco


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