#EducationIsChanging Webinar Series
First, there was COVID. Children did not have school. There were no exams. Then there are online classes. Some have longer class hours than regular schools. Some have just an hour of school. Many have chosen to homeschool. We are not yet sure when schools are going to re-open. Then the New Education Policy has been announced. The class structure is going to change. More focus on experiential learning, literacy than rote learning. Thirdly, there is so much happening in the Ed-Tech industry. Every day, some new innovation is happening.
All in all, the education landscape is changing. It is not going back to the way it was. The objective of the #EducationIsChanging is to help parents, educators and schools understand and navigate this changing environment
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The current pandemic situation has changed the way educators work. From school, tutors, music, sports, and a lot more learning is happening online than ever before. Even when the pandemic ends, there is a lot more learning that is going to continue to stay on.
As educators, we need to adapt quickly to this situation. Not just quick, it is also imperative that we learn how to use it efficiently and effectively. Just like with any new medium, we need to find our ways around the challenges as well. Our next webinar is aimed at educators to help them answer some of these questions
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A woman with a flair for words, Meera is a storyteller and an instructional designer. With her flair for technology combined with them, her online training sessions are always exciting and creative. She believes technology can play a playful and powerful role in education
Ananthi Balakrishnan is the founder of Cilre. As an educator for the last 9 years, she has worked with children and adult learners. She loves learning and empowering others to learn. Her early career before moving into the education field has been a software engineer and continues her interest in technology. She has been working with children facilitating workshops for the last 9 years. She believes the shift towards online learning is a positive move and will unearth new ways of how we can learn