New Delhi, August 20
At least 27 per cent college students should not have entry to smartphones or laptops to attend on-line courses, whereas 28 per cent college students and fogeys consider lack of correct electrical energy provide is among the main issues hindering teaching-learning, in line with a survey by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT).
The survey with over 34,000 partcipants, together with college students, dad and mom, lecturers and principals from Kendriya Vidyalayas, Navodyaya Vidyalas and CBSE-affiliated faculties, has identified that lack of information of utilizing gadgets for efficient instructional functions and lecturers not being well-versed with on-line instructing methodologies, brought on hindrance within the studying course of.
“Approximately, 27 per cent of the students mentioned the non-availability of smartphones and laptops. The maximum number of stakeholders have opted for mobile phones as a medium for teaching-learning during the Covid-19 outbreak,” the survey by the NCERT stated.
“About 36 per cent of the students used the textbooks and other books available with them. Laptops were the second most favoured option among teachers and principals. Television and radio were the least utilised devices in the pandemic situation. The absence of enriched interaction between the teacher and students was one of the reasons as identified by the stakeholders,” it added.
The survey famous that nearly the entire responsive states use bodily (non-digital) mechanisms to trace the progress of learners with majority of them both practising residence go to by lecturers or systematic parental steering through cellphone calls.
“About half of the students stated that they did not have the school textbooks,” it stated. — PTI