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How The Traditional Method Of Learning In Schools Has Been Hit By COVID-19

Posted by Osei Agyemang

Before COVID-19, many countries especially the Europeans were at that point, learning through digitization. While, some countries were into digitization for learning in schools, other were also putting such a great amount of consideration on the Analogue or simple method of learning.

Obviously, the usual Blackboard and teacher-pupil face to face style of learning has been in presence for such a large number of years, and has helped tons of people from multiple points of view, yet the COVID-19 has uncovered the defects in this style of learning, and why more institutions are to rapidly bounce onto digitization.

The world is quickly advancing in all areas of our lives especially, through technology, therefore, we as a whole should join the fleeting trend. COVID-19 has to some degree been ‘useful’ here and there, as it has drawn out a great deal of defects including the instructive sector everywhere throughout the world.

Technology has made learning comfortable

All things considered, in Africa and some parts of Asia and South America, the pandemic has made it exceptionally hard for learning to be dynamic during this season.

As at now, about 90% of schools in Africa are disabled as they are bolted up at home considering how to get back to school and teach the children, who are ‘enjoying’ themselves at home. Remaining at home for that long, has also affected most school’s income.

If these schools had before joined the temporary fad of digitized countries who were utilizing innovation to teach the children from home, this weight wouldn’t have been ‘breaking’ their necks. Indeed, the more the children remain at home without learning, the more some of them who are matte, gets intellectually powerless.

COVID-19 has plainly delineated why educational institutions are to cling to the technological method of learning, since a couple of years to come, that is the thing that will clearly govern the education sector everywhere throughout the world.

Some school of thought thinks the traditional method of learning should be scrapped

In fact, the technology method of learning is very more affordable than the traditional style as per surveys. Surveys indicate that online students learned just as much and enjoyed the teaching experience just as well as their traditional counterparts.

On the other hand, some minds are additionally of the view that, the analogue one is substantially more productive than the tech learning, on the premise that, occasionally when the children are in the sight of the teachers, it inspires them to learn hard apart from the seriousness educators fuse into the children.

Universities, secondary schools, and middle schools have all been affected, consequently should modify their notes well even before the pandemic passes away. All these mentioned above is all about capital investment, and how serious institutions are eager to go into digitization.

In any capacity, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), we as a whole are to acknowledge the way that, the COVID-19 is here to live with us.

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