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Monday, 7 December 2020

Home Learning Daily video 8 December 2020 E LEarning Youtube video

 Home Learning Daily video 8  December 2020 E LEarning Youtube video

It is a time when people from every section of the society are talking of one discourse known globally as Covid-19. This pandemic has spread all across the world and is contaminating humans, filling societies with fear, anxiety, horror and creating a replacement social stigma. Meanwhile, organizations from diverse backgrounds are rapidly and efficiently collecting data and knowledge of this deadly disease all across the world and also ensuring that each one the required precautions are taken to stop the spread of this virus. However, this pandemic has and remains affecting the lives of masses everywhere the planet and is creating imbalance in their daily social activities. Among the affected groups, an eye fixed towards persons with disabilities assumes greater loss both in terms of getting disability also as having inaccessible atmosphere due to social isolation. it's also believed that disabled people may share multiple layers of exclusion regardless of any discrimination experienced by Covid-19 once this pandemic is over.


Initially, this novel corona virus disease originated in Wuhan, China and within the weeks it spread rapidly across the world . World Health Organization has declared it as a worldwide pandemic and released measures and preventions to affect this deadly disease. everywhere the planet social distancing is being practiced as a crucial therapy to lower its speed. Hospitals, shopping malls, educational institutions are being converted in quarantine centers for those that are seen to be symptomatic. Everywhere, lockdown has been applied as a requirement of the hour and a majority of the institutions are kept closed including educational institutions. UNESCO recently reported that around 166 countries have closed educational institutions that affected more that 85 percent of the enrolled population. In developing countries like India, this has increased the challenge of dealing with the supply of higher quality education for all.


In India, Covid-19 got attention as a national emergency in mid February and Prime Minister announced lockdown of the entire country on 25th of March 2020 as confirmed Covid-19 cases were seen from many cities of the country. consistent with recent reports, Maharashtra and Delhi has more cases than other provinces. Both states are known for being as an education hub of the country. After announcing lockdown, all educational institutions were closed including schools and universities.


As news organizations report on closures and the way schools decide to cope, we at New America are lifting up guidance and resources that match our specialise in equity, quality, and a human-centered approach to the utilization of technology for learning. Below are resources curated by our Teaching, Learning, and Tech team that specialise in helping more students gain access to remote learning, the way to engage parents in at-home learning, the way to find and use openly-licensed digital learning materials as a neighborhood of distance learning, and the way to settle on and use digital media with young children. (See also Kristina Ishmael's Weekly article, with Laura Spencer, on the enormity of the web learning challenge.) We hope this guidance, also as brief summaries and links to resources, are helpful to education leaders, educators, and fogeys and families.




Finding how to enable all students—not just those well-off who have high-speed Internet at home—to learn online is one among the highest challenges facing administrative district leaders immediately . (Though undoubtedly having access to meals and social services is even more paramount; more thereon during this CNBC piece.) Here we spotlight some key resources from education technology associations and technology companies:





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Focusing on access & equity

A new site, Learning Keeps Going, was launched last week by a coalition of organizations that specialise in technology in education, including the Consortium on School Networking (COSN), Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), Digital Promise, EdSurge, EdWeek, International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), and State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA). It features a COVID-19 Educator Help Desk, a web forum populated by volunteers and staff from ISTE and ISTE's affiliates and partners who answer questions and supply guidance.

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