Online learning platforms has become a great way to keep progressing. Today, modern method makes space for personalized education.

Blended approach has been adopted to remove the gaps. 2020 has been a year filled with uncertainty. The academic studies of the students have been going on through online mode from past several months. In pandemic, everything is connecting with technology and education is not far from it.

Joining with e-tech studies has stepping in new learning world. Taking advantage and implementing new approaches makes education structure simpler. The traditional classroom scenario had been changed, over 260 million were affected by lockdown in India.

The government and non-government organization initiated work through online. But the problem arises is new education system is creating a compensation to open classroom or not? The digital world is going to stay. So, we have to ensure that proper knowledge transfer and communication to be held. Lack of regular assessment lead to short fall of student interest in studies.

 

Let’s take a look of future trends emerging in 2021

Live Session:

The live learning is an interactive session between student and teacher. It provides a feel of real classroom. Teacher is able to manage and cooperate with every student. With solving their doubts and giving feedback. The students learn to keep growing inside the comfort of house.

Blended Learning:

The blended is an approach that combine online and face to face learning. It’s a significant process to align with existing pedagogy. It’s an innovative way to combine virtual class to classroom. This method help student to stay focus and pay attention in studies. Technology techniques and artificial intelligence can create a proper classroom environment. This approach is very helpful to promote interaction of students.

Student Assessment:

With the digital technology and analyst method each and every student can be assessing at personal level. Regular assessment help student to be engage in better learning. Fast communication and problem solving have become possible with diversity of digital platforms. The New Education policy (NEP) introduced National assessment center ‘PARAKH’ to evaluate learning outcome daily.

Competency and Gamification Approach:

Instead of providing theoretical knowledge to students, technology have made it possible to learn practically. The students are motivated to think creatively and flexibly. The Gamification signifies the education learning process in the form of games. Its aim is to keep engage the interest of students to gain practical understanding. Competition in games is directly connects to studies. Student reflect what they instead of digesting information.

Flexibility:

With the help of technology students can learn anywhere, irrespective of time. Online platforms consist of diverse education sites. One can learn anything easily and connect from any part of the world. Increase the range of learning opportunities as you can use any time to grasp any topic and discuss valuable matters.

Conclusion:

The Coronavirus pandemic causes loss to students, but ‘edtech’ joined teachers, educational institutions, students together. This trend is going to continue with time to time necessary updates. Because it offers efficient learning, self-practicing, instant feedback and best results.

New Education Policy 2020:

Three themes based on which new policy has made – Firstly, it seeks to shift from theory curriculum that earlier inspired rote learning to practical learning. Secondly, design assessment model that covers educational, physical and mental well-being of the students. And finally, experiential learning through vocational skills, mathematical thinking and 21st-century skills like data science and coding. The larger goal is to make Indian learners truly global citizens who are future- ready.