Volume 14 No 2 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
EDUCATIONAL DELIVERY EFFECTIVENESS: PRE AND POST COVID PERIOD
Keywords: Digitization, Online learning, Perception, Pedagogy etc .
Adapting and adjusting to the new normal was not normal at all! Right from buying groceries to medical consultation, everything went online. Education is no exception. Complete lockdown & social distancing has given birth to digitization and erased traditional classroom learning. 2020 marked a unique experience for the educators and learners to remember for the rest of their lives. They had to undergo change and learn e - learning methods as universities closed their gates and countries shut their borders. The whole education pedagogy changed overnight. This paper throws light at the impact of inevitable transformation on learners and educators. Covid -19 has demanded the whole education system to re-establish itself digitally which has posed numerous disruptions and offered great opportunities too such as flexibility of time and place whereas Internet inaccessibility ,attendance policies , unsuccessful management of time schedules , lack of face to face interaction were the matter of serious concern . This paper investigates the perception of learners and educators regarding effectiveness of learning and content delivery pre and post covid period .It was quite manageable for the young educators to adopt online teaching methods but the old ones found it really hard to understand the modus operandi of various digital platforms. This paper explains various ways to streamline and smoothen online teaching such as interactive sessions, online quizzes, using PPTs, conducting digital competitions etc .
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