With the current transition in learning, parents must get on board with e-learning. This is your time to be actively involved in your child’s growth through educative and interactive PC learning. Before you learn how to make online classes effective for your children, here are some myths about e-learning we would like to bust.
- It isn’t an effective method of teaching
Technology acts as a medium to help teachers impart knowledge to students. The teacher's expertise remains the same.
- It will not be impactful
Teachers have many more tools at their disposal to engage with students, resulting in greater impact.
- It will not be interactive
Through assessments, online quizzes, polls, audios, and videos, online learning is as, if not more, engaging and interactive than in-person learning.
As parents, here is what you can do to fill existing gaps in the learning process and be actively involved in your child’s education:
Through Dell for education, we have launched webinars to help you create an ideal online learning environment at home. You can learn about your role in online learning, building socio-emotional skills, creating a learning space, partnering with teachers and schools, and enhancing home learning.
Together, let us adapt to the new wave of education and embrace the future of learning with open arms. It is as simple as clicking here.
Aarambh is a pan-India PC for Education initiative engineered to enhance learning using the power of technology; it is designed to help parents, teachers and children find firm footing in Digital India. This initiative seeks to connect parents, teachers and students and provide them the necessary training so that they can better utilise the PC for learning, both at school and at home.
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