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 Home LEarning Daily video 11 December std 1 to 12

Never before in history had a whole generation of youngsters across the planet witnessed an identical disruption in education. As India witnessed the world’s most aggressive and largest lockdown as a precautions for Covid-19, academic institutions initiated online classes to cope up with the new normal. Corona pandemic has pushed the planet into an unprecedented education emergency.

This abrupt switch to online schooling has been frustrating for all stakeholders, right from school managements to teachers to student and fogeys . A majority of teachers were ill-prepared to modify to online classes as they lacked the technological expertise or resources, some even had an apathy towards online teaching initially.

Not only that this it had been nightmarish for a few who faced unwanted intrusion by the peeping or argumentative parents, inappropriate remarks by students during classes and pranks played by students who would make false ID and enter the category as parent or relative made it difficult all the more.

Teachers, whether in government or private setups, had their own set of challenges. school teachers were more perturbed by online bullying by students and intrusion by parent or relatives whereas government school teachers had a greater challenge of imparting classes to students belong to economically weaker sections who didn't own a sensible phone or a basic mobile. The report “Save Our Education” citing data by UNESCO claimed that a whopping 9.7 million children will drop out of faculty permanently with no access to online education. It’s the poorest and most marginalised children who would suffer the best loss.

Online bullying by teenagers is extremely common, say teachers. Students create fake IDs and enter the classroom as a parent to confuse teachers and make a ruckus. Often privacy norms aren't followed and fogeys are seen roaming around in their night dresses during classes. Sudden guest appearance of mothers or domestic helps leaves the category in splits and disrupts the flow of the classroom. Trolling teachers by sending memes or calling names is nothing unusual, say teachers. Sharing of messages and name-calling can't be traced during online zoom classes leaving no other option but to continue with classes.

This is primarily in response to the central government’s proposal to place a cap on the duration of those classes. consistent with the set of guidelines, pre-primary students shouldn't have a screen time of quite half-hour . For classes 1 through 8, students should attend no quite two sessions of 30-45 minutes each. And for top school—grades 9 through 12—these sessions are often up to four each day .


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With no clear timeline on when schools would reopen for physical classes in India, parents feel their kids are being given the short shrift with online classes. Nearly 70% of them said their children got to spend longer with online classes than they already do, consistent with a survey by LocalCircles, a community-led social media engagement platform.

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