Covid-19 was a life-threatening disease that took the lives of millions of people and turned society upside down. Without a doubt, it has wreaked havoc on the world in every way. Coming to education, the comprehensive way of learning through attending school was changed; however, this caused many problems for many people at first. Students and teachers, on the other hand, have embraced the online learning and teaching method. It is only as a result of this that the education of millions of children has been upheld. Let’s look at some positive impacts that occurred in the educational system.
The backbencher label
The myth that frontbenchers do better has been circulating among most parents, with many parents telling teachers that their child should be made to sit in the front row during class hours. This has changed; there are no longer any backbenchers, and the teachers’ attitudes have been affected as a result. Entering the classroom without the expectation of being a backbencher is beneficial to both the teacher and the students, and sustaining the mindset formed in virtual places when we return to physical spaces has a favorable impact on education.
Teachers being at their best
From a kindergarten teacher to a college professor or lecturer, each makes an outstanding effort to present their best selves to their students. Some people may spend hours learning how to hold lessons, while others may refer to many sites or books to provide the finest content so that students may quickly grasp the subject. This commitment and devotion are the main reason why education continues to emphasize the process.
From a different aspect
However, even when the pandemic has left its influence, there are greater chances that education would expand to a large extent through online learning in the coming years. This is how future learning will be, with online classes, credit courses, and so forth. So let’s accept the change and unfold to our best versions.
Source: Outlook India