Educators' Adaptation

When the pandemic started, it caused many school management systems to cause force the shutdown of schools, universities, and other academic educational institutions. The times had then left educators to think about alternative ways in which educational practices could continue. Online education came forward, which proved efficient and was no less than a boon for both Teachers and students at the same time. The emergence of online learning further transformed the era of online learning, improved the quality of education delivered, and redefined teaching practices. 

Since 2020, from kindergartens to universities, all have switched over the online learning and using advanced software like ERP and LMS portals

In the beginning, things were not very good from the educator’s point of view, as teachers were not ready to adopt technologies like ERP tools and LMS. Like literally, they must have been thinking on ways to know about tools like these and asking from the technical team appointed about what is institute ERP and LMS?

How do Teachers Adapt well to Technology?

The educators should be given a big round of applause as they adapted to the technology and helped students get used to all of the technical stuff. It is also believed that communication and routine management skills have helped students become more technologically independent. There are several ways teachers have made them adaptable to the new form of education delivery. We have tried to explain a few of them in detail below. 

Familiarizing themselves with technology

Everyone here is known to the current digital world and knows how the world has become dependent on digital means and platforms to continue the traditional programs that got crippled due to the pandemic. Teachers tried their best to overcome all such issues and now have realized the different capabilities and limitations of tools. Regular practice, proper use of time, and seamless exchange of data and other valuable educational resources have helped students a lot, which further encouraged teachers to know more about technology.

 Realistic goals 

Even though the time, in the beginning, was more complex and required an immediate solution to the temporary crippled education system but teachers didn’t hurry and set their goals of achieving or resuming the education through virtual modes only after they were trained to do so. Teachers in the beginning also tried giving mock lectures, which helped them get used to all the technology and other technical stuff related to virtual class assessment and procedures to operate portals like the ERP for schools and LMS successfully.

 Increased attention towards the performance of every student

When the traditional form of education was only applicable in the education world before the pandemic, the teachers’ major problem was connecting with the student beyond classes. But, with the help of online learning, teachers have increased their attention towards students’ needs and time. 

With the help of digital devices, they are also creating a very positive environment even outside the classroom. 

 Smart work

With the help of technological resources, these educators have started switching from hard work to smart work. Earlier, the class notes had to be distributed among the students through in-person means, which requires a lot of hard work and time. But, with the help of assets like Educational apps and other essential websites which provide content for the educational notes, educators have now understood methods to integrate various resources into one pdf file and distribute through social media or LMS portals. 

 Teachers and students have adapted to the new form of education; the transition is appreciable and is working in the right direction. There is no doubt that online learning is the future of education in India and across the globe. 

The benefits of online learning prove that this form of education is sustainable in its structure and very supportive for parents, teachers, and students, especially when the country is all surrounded by uncertainties and the fear of infection is still persistent.

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