Experience of online classes

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in the closure of schools and colleges across the country. Education has changed dramatically during the lockdown period, with a considerable rise of e-learning, whereby teaching is executed remotely and on digital platforms.
Tens of thousands of students are glued to computers and smartphone screens as teachers and students enter a new world of virtual lectures, tutorials, and assessments. Though e-learning poses a challenge to both students and teachers over technology and access, it is keeping everyone busy with lectures, worksheets, and assignments.
Skill development and enhancement is key to career growth in the competitive times we live in. Various online education platforms have made it easy for students to develop new skills while continuing with a regular course at a college/university.
Since the virus outbreak forced educational institutes to adopt online classes, there is a considerable improvement in the attendance of students.
While there is no need to travel long distances for classes online learning materials are visually stimulating, concise, and more interactive combined with features like surveys or polls, quizzes,
etc.
As a result, online classes increase student engagement. However, there are some disadvantages of online classes also. Online classes affect the eyes of the students due to long hours in front of the blue screen.
Small children like the playschool and the primary grades must not have this type of class because they have low concentration power, and these small kids do not have the ability to sit for a longer time in front of the blue screen.
Lots of poor students do not have access to laptops and computers and they can not afford the high cost of these electronic items and internet charges.

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