Analysing the Effect of Covid 19 on the Teaching & Learning Process with a Focus on Online Courses

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Vidhu Gaur


The COVID-19 dilemma negatively impacts the quality of life and future prospects of young people and has the potential to disrupt their education. In the era following the crisis, a disruption would pose a grave threat to society as a whole. Consequently, educational institutions must act swiftly and ensure the continuity of the educational process. The purpose of our research was to suggest implications that would facilitate a seamless transition from traditional to remote learning models in an emergency. Our primary objective is to develop the technological, organizational, and pedagogical adjustments that educational institutions must make to support diverse forms of contact, ensure continuity, and provide high-quality education. A five-stage Model was defined and implemented: "(a) preparation, (b) planning, (c) implementation, (d) operation, and (e) evaluation." recommending a swift transition to distance learning, which is not limited to emergency situations. We evaluated our model by surveying instructors and students in Delhi/NCR schools. The results indicate that these participants in the instructional activities were very content. They support the hybrid educational paradigm for the next generation of pupils and indicate that, if necessary, extended distance learning is acceptable. An important finding of our research is that, in times of crisis, it is possible to transition the entire learning process of a medium-sized educational institution, including lectures and a variety of assessment activities, to the remote learning paradigm.

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