Saturday, May 15, 2021


    Online Learning: An Exclusively Inclusive Attempt to Cope with the Pandemic

    The online mode of teaching-learning seems to have become the predominant cult in our times but how viable is the 'new normal’?

    Challenges to the Online Model of Education: Stories from the Remote Corners of India

    Online education isn’t an easy proposition in regions that lack electricity, internet connectivity and are economically vulnerable, but do we care?

    With kids spending more waking hours on screens than ever, here’s what parents need...

    Millions of working parents have spent months largely trapped in their homes with their children. Many are trying to get their jobs done remotely...
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    Questions Around Accessibility, Marginality and Continuity in Online Teaching

    As online teaching becomes the new trend, the questions of accessibility and equality complicate the domain of learning.

    Education as Substantial Public Interest and the Inherent Inequalities of Online Education

    With online education becoming a new trend amid the coronavirus pandemic, its ability to become democratic and egalitarian in terms of its dissemination is highly debatable.

    Kerala’s Mass Movement for Democratising Virtual Learning and Bridging the ‘Digital Divide’

    At a time when education is entirely halted for a majority of school students and a push for online education amid a lack of infrastructure asserts itself, Kerala is witnessing a historic mass movement for democratising virtual learning.

    The Resurgence of Ed-Tech Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic: Implications for an Altered Educational Landscape

    With e-learning becoming the overarching norm amid the pandemic, here is a thorough look at its implications, challenges and dilemmas for our times.

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