A New Dimensions and Directions of an Online Education System
|© 2021 by IJCTT Journal|
|Year of Publication : 2021|
|Authors : Yogesh Awasthi|
How to Cite?
Yogesh Awasthi, "A New Dimensions and Directions of an Online Education System," International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology, vol. 69, no. 1, pp. 27-33, 2021. Crossref, 10.14445/22312803/IJCTT-V69I1P106
Online education or E-Learning is not a new concept in the global world. In the year 2020, when the corona pandemic came, this learning concept was taken seriously by the education system. Data innovation has risen as a superhuman in this lockdown period. We as a whole are under house capture yet associated with the external world. Individuals are telecommuting, sharing data and jokes, learning new plans and do it yourself (DIY) thoughts, online exercises, virtual indoor long-distance races, and last yet not least, children having their online classes. Change ought to be predictable. As we are advancing towards teaching ourselves, we are strayed from its familial type, for all intents and purposes, because of the advancement of innovation. It had been a typical explanation that "Our schooling framework is flawed, broken, non-gainful." This determines disconnected or homeroom instruction where components of "commitment" or balanced connection consistently existed. What occurs during on the web classes? With the spread of COVID-19, upwards of 500 billion understudies were influenced, and their examinations went to a stop. After a long break from a commonplace course of studies, it was chosen to utilize "online stages" for continuing examinations and proceed with their stream. With online examinations at the top now and with "Google Meet," "Google Classroom," and "Microsoft Teams" as new study halls, here is a basic investigation of understudies` viewpoint on online classes. Are these extended periods of nonstop sitting before a static 15.6-inch screen justified, despite any trouble? How do we manage our cameras off and receivers on quiet? What do online classes offer?
With the web supplanting the school and our beds supplanting our seats, online classes represent a few understudies issues. The non-presence of that vibe of an actual study hall to different physical and mental issues deteriorates even before it began. This paper will focus on these burning issues which are suffered by society. It also covers that online learners are adopting as per bloom’s model or not.
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