You’re probably tired of reading about Covid-19 and how it’s taking the world by storm. That’s why we are here to give you some insight on Education After Covid- What Will the Future Look Like? Now you can set your fear aside and plan towards your future.
Will Classroom Learning go Back to Normal?
When the nationwide lockdown was announced many schools had to close their gates. Leaving students stuck in doors and learning from home. Despite being reopened, classroom learning won’t ever be the same. All students are required to wear masks and to follow social distancing protocols. Along with that many parents are apprehensive about sending kids back to school without a vaccine.
Technology hasn’t played a big part in education in the past but that has all changed now. With an unexpected lockdown schools had to come up with creative ways for students to learn from home. They have since unlocked tools such as video chatting, Zoom classes and Google Doc for class assignments. Technology has since become a big part of learning and teaching.
An educator was the person who would stand in front of a class and teach a lesson. But since lockdown, students had to become the educators. Yes, teachers give you the material you need to study and learn but when you’re at home in front of your books, you are ultimately teaching yourself.
How Schools are Adapting
The school system had to adapt to change really quickly, even with a pandemic going on the learning had to continue. Schools have since introduced newer and safer ways for you to learn. Luckily, they are all easy to learn so you don’t have to worry about struggling with these new concepts.
Even if a classroom has been sanitised, it’s costly and time consuming. That’s why, online classes were introduced. This way teachers and students are safe. The only thing you need is a computer and internet connection.
Missing your friends? No problem. You can still interact with your classmates with online study groups. Platforms such as Google Hangouts, WhatsApp and Emodo are some of the most commonly used for study groups. Remember, these groups are meant for learning but you can create your own group chats if you want to socialise.
Introduction of Safety Protocols
If you want to go back to school then you have to know what you will be facing. Yes, you’ll get to see all your friends and your favourite teachers. But there are safety protocols in place that have to be strictly adhered to.
If you or any other student starts to feel a bit ill or have contracted the virus, your school should have an isolation room. This is so that no other students are put at risk. An isolation room is also used for students to write tests and exams in.
You may have noticed that every building you enter requires you to take your temperature. The same goes for school. This ensures that your temperature isn’t higher than the recommended 37°C. If your temperature is higher than that, you will be sent home as an added precaution.
When you enter your school, your hands will be sprayed with FDA approved 94.9% alcohol sanitiser. Your hands might be dry but at least you’ll be healthy and safe. If the dryness does bother you, you can carry a small hand lotion around.
Changes in Higher Education After Covid-19
Image studying hard for your degree and everything just comes to a halt. It can be stressful, depressing and discouraging. But luckily, all universities and colleges have since reopened. All safety protocols are being followed and adhered to.
Mainstreaming Distance Learning
How would you feel if you didn’t have to stop your course regardless of a lockdown? Well, that’s possible with distance learning. That’s why distance learning has become a mainstream option for learning. You also get an opportunity to choose a variety of courses to choose from and the best part is you can do it all from the safety of your home.
Don’t get Stuck in the Past – Work Towards the Future
It’s out with the old and in with the new, adapting to the new normal with our help. If you have more questions on the benefits of distance learning, contact one of our course experts today.
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