How To Create Effective Online Learning That Kids Will Love

For a student, the experience of a classroom has completely changed. Gone are the days of sharing your tiffin boxes and canteen vada-pavs, those random 2-minute classroom parties when a teacher is absent, and the banter during football matches in the games period.


Everything is digital. When so much has changed, here are some ways to make sure learning does not.

  1. Designated place: From benches to the school bell, everything helps to build the atmosphere of a class. In a similar fashion, having a designated place to yourself is extremely important to create a space for learning and absorbing information.
  2. Distractions: It is tough to not get bored in an online class after a while. Fidgety to say the least, students end up checking social media and mindlessly scroll to amuse themselves. You can install app blockers or extensions that avoid the access to certain apps during specific times of the day.
  3. Enabling curiosity: In online classes, the student-teacher relationship is stagnant and the eye contact is absent, and it’s easy to not understand concepts with no one to check on them. Encourage children to ask doubts and request for a recording of lectures for them to dissect and understand later.
  4. Managing Screen time: With the new medium, students are required to focus on a screen for several hours a day, which is harmful even in the short term. It is extremely important to take regular breaks from the digital world - An evening walk or a game of badminton is helpful for physical and mental health.

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