The reality today is that teachers across the country have done a remarkable job in adopting and adapting to online teaching – right from learning to use tools like Teams / Meet / Zoom to creating learning-oriented powerpoints, pdfs to create online assessments.
The focus for the coming term is to improve upon the efficacy of these classes. Unfortunately, there is also a lack of seriousness amongst the students and even some parents when it comes to these online classes. The concern amongst academic heads and teachers is that this may cause students to struggle next year as foundations being built this year are shaky.
As the new term begins, this is an opportunity to improve on the online methodology – there are a set of activities that schools can do to improve the learning outcomes. You can fill-up the form on the right for a FREE consultation on the best practices for improving the online classes.