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EEO. 2020; 19(2): 1364-1380


Perspective Of Indian Students On Online Learning In The Wave Of Global Pandemic-Covid 19

Dr. Vivek Solanki, Dr. Promila Dabas, Dr. Jyoti Solanki.


Abstract

Unlike the traditional teaching- learning setup in classroom where the transmission of knowledge takes place in person, online learning refers to the education that takes place over the digital device. While the term is used for a variety of kinds of learning, and is often referred to as e- learning, it encompasses all learning that takes place over a larger physical distance with the help of the electronic devices and smart phones. This research paper explores the perspective of students on online learning which came as a surprise in the wave of corona-19 pandemic, which till then relied heavily on traditional means of learning.
Even though considerable study has been made into the prospects of online instruction, we have never been totally dependent on it as in the time of the COVID- 19 pandemic. While online instruction has its benefits, there have been speculations on how long this method remains dependable. Concerns around physical and mental health, cyber security and cyber bullying, have begun to crop up due to continuous and longer exposure of children to digital media platforms. This research aims at identifying challenges faced by students during online learning in the Indian context. The findings of the study can be helpful to school authorities and policy makers who are planning to adopt blended or online teaching for future education as well.

Key words: Online learning, covid-19, students perspectives, blended learning.






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