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43% Teachers Unhappy With Online Mode Of Teaching: Survey

According to an online survey published in the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights' (DCPCR) first journal -- Children First: Journal on Children's Lives. the poll, the majority of teachers (43 per cent) were dissatisfied with online teaching, and 9 per cent were completely dissatisfied.

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Online Education Through AR/VR Technology: Way forward For Indian Education Ecosystem

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This VR/AR could be used to enhance learners' focus skills, social modelling skills, sensorial experiences, anxiety reduction therapy through exposure, stories of socio-economical background, instructive communities, living with adaptable skills independently and collaboratively in daily life, and awareness on safety and security.

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Educator Roles Grow By 17% In August’21 Over July’21 | Report

Naukri.com report shows the demand for online teaching and tutoring growing by over 8X in 2021

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Overcoming The Challenges Of Online Teaching

"In a world that eats, sleeps, and breathes tech, there’s still a certain degree of stigma that’s attached to online learning. People believe this form of learning is more ‘casual’ and not space where you can reap the limited benefits of the education system."

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Quality Audio Is Critical For Success Of Post-pandemic Classroom

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While video and content have played a pivotal role in ensuring teachers and students can connect, the importance of high-quality audio is often overlooked.

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COVID-19 Or Modern-day Revolution: How Do Kids Cope-up With The Changing Education?

Maybe working adults or senior students can embrace the changes being imposed due to COVID-19. But let’s see how our tiny tots are dealing with it.

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New Tools Are Complementing Online Teaching

To understand the ways in which IITs are continuing to remain functional in these unprecedented times, BW Businessworld’s Upasana engaged in a conversation with Ravindra Gettu, Dean of Industrial Consultancy And Sponsored Research (IC&SR), IIT Madras.

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An Opportunity To Reimagine Education Systems

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The uptake of technology, the level of parent engagement with teachers and the speed of execution by the government gives us a great deal of excitement as we reimagine the shift in education.

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Royal Holloway University Adapts All Postgraduate Courses To Combine Face To Face And Online Teaching

In providing utmost flexibility in learning to its students, the university is offering certain courses with term dates starting in January 2021 as well as in September 2020.

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