Research Paper | English Language and Literature | India | Volume 10 Issue 9, September 2021
Students' Learning Processes, Development, Adaptivity, Emotional Imbalance, Moral Development in the Non-traditional Way of Learning: A Brief Observation of Education System after a Year of Lockdown in India
Pamela Dutta Chowdhury
Abstract: India had been struck with a severe blow by the introduction of the Corona Virus and its consequent lockdown on March 2020. All sectors and fields of life was barred from activities, people were confined in their homes and amidst such a situation education came to a standstill in the initial few months after the nationwide lockdown. However, as soon as things were under control of the government education also started to continue with a new kind of approach which was not adopted earlier in this country. The method of online education system was applied for the purpose of teaching and learning processes for the very first time in India. However the online education system had its duality in its effect on the education system and also among the students also. The online mode of education was the need of the hour to cater to the need of studying from home. Students across India soon felt the difference between the online and offline mode of teaching learning process. In a way the online mode made it easier to reach the students with speed and regularity without any scope for absence. The online mode of learning also developed self dependency, self learning skills and several other new sorts of skills. However like every good things the negative sides of online mode had been also there, mental stress, physical stress, lack of physical activity, lack of inter- personal communication, lack of moral development and imbalance in adaptability among students had been observed. However it was also found fruitful that the online mode of education opens up a whole new kind of approach and methodology towards education. And in near about future would play a vital role in facilitating the education system in India.
Keywords: Stress, Adaptability, Development, Imbalance, Non-traditional, Motivation
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 9, September 2021,
Pages: 424 - 429
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Pamela Dutta Chowdhury, "Students' Learning Processes, Development, Adaptivity, Emotional Imbalance, Moral Development in the Non-traditional Way of Learning: A Brief Observation of Education System after a Year of Lockdown in India", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR21904174911, Volume 10 Issue 9, September 2021, 424 - 429
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