Covid-19 has affected the entire world, and the education sector is no exception. Students and teachers globally have had to come together in the hardship of Covid-19 to resume learning. There are a few things that have been changed in the education sector thanks to Covid-19. Keep reading if you would like to find out more about this.
How Covid-19 has changed education for students
Thanks to Covid-19, schools have had to take severe precautions for students and teachers to not get infected with the illness. Almost all schools have assigned teachers and students to join online calls that include an hour-long class of teachers helping students to learn. Students can ask questions accordingly and get help from their teachers. Our world today has allowed us to take a step like this where we can use technology for our convenience.
Schools have also announced for teachers to take tests online instead of having students physically go inside of isolation rooms to pass their exams. Schools have prepared online exams where they display a set of questions, and students use their computers to review and complete them. Timing and learning are set accordingly.
Online work submission
Similar to how classes and exams have been assigned to take place online, students also complete their work and submit it to teachers using the internet. Students will use different applications to prepare spreadsheets or question answers and present their work online via email. Teachers will then virtually check the work submitted and see if the answers were correct.
As concluded, this is the latest on how Covid-19 has impacted the education sector. And this is how students and teachers have reacted to it. As of right now, it is still, at times, a struggle. But as the world slowly gets better it will become easier.