Educational institutions are quickly adapting to the changing times by incorporating technology as part of their teaching approach as well as the curriculum. Although this is a positive turn in the learning ecosystem, it is important to ensure that schools and higher education institutions are not just shifting the classroom online by making a few changes here and there. Online learning demands a whole lot of changes, such as engaging content with interactive features, online assessments with rapid feedback, customized learning plans etc.
In order to ensure that today’s learners get exactly what they signed up for, it is imperative that faculty members acclimatize themselves with the online learning models and help students to gain a holistic learning experience. Educational institutions need to take a step away from the standard “online” classes and organize the lesson plans to ensure that students are absorbing information effectively.
Highlights of the article:
- How videos and recorded sessions make the lesson engaging
- The need for pre-scheduled discussion and chat forums
- Importance of scenario-based content and simulations
- Understanding the need for customizable lesson plans
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