How EdTech is transforming school education after covid 19

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The Covid-19 pandemic has created numerous tensions in the education sector as the schools in our country were in need to undergo a rapid shift to digitized education. Continuing education amidst the crisis was difficult.

The Covid-19 pandemic has created numerous tensions in the education sector as the schools in our country were in need to undergo a rapid shift to digitized education. Continuing education amidst the crisis was difficult. Digitizing education revealed some inequalities, especially regarding experiences and resources available with schools and students. 

 

However, during those tough times, advanced digital learning tools and communication platforms helped the schools tackle their problems and open, innovative ways to teach and learn. Ongoing digital transformations created new opportunities challenges for the users. 

 

The response of educational institutes to the pandemic has shown us how technology can help in teaching and learning. Even before the pandemic, education was undergoing a digital transformation, which is expected to continue further. Millions of students in India have been learning with the help of new collaborative digital tools. Such tools resources will be a better aid in simplifying the learning process.  

 

As the restrictions ease and schools start to reopen in most regions, it’s a good time to look at the likely future of education. Let’s explore how modern education technology can help transform education, even after the pandemic ends completely.

Reshaping skills and the learning process

Technology has changed many aspects of learning. Innovations like real-time data and student behaviour analysis have helped transform the roles and relationships between teachers, students and parents. We have solutions in place that help develop students’ skills, especially 21st-century skills like critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity, which are essential to succeed in life and at work. Teachers can collect real-time data on their student progress to quickly devise new opportunities to support each student. For the parents, ed-tech has opened routes for feeling connected with their children and getting involved in their education more efficiently. Read more

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