The role of parents in delivering education is more crucial than ever. Owing to the shift online, they are key to helping their children develop healthy learning behaviors. Educating your child at home comes with a few challenges that if managed properly, can maximize learning opportunities within restricted environments. As parents find themselves adopting a more immersive role in their children’s studies, educational institutions must extend support in the joint mission of lesson delivery and retention. Parents educating children is a new dimension to lesson delivery and it must be aligned with curriculum goals.
An online training management platform helps you not just deliver content, but plan lessons, manage, assess and maintain your students’ learning records.
Enterprise Resource Planning or ERP is a key software for institutions and the uses of ERP are manifold. ERPs help companies and institutions manage, control their operations and all activities regardless of their periodicity. This software type is most useful when institutions have a lot of data points from various channels and need distilled information to take key decisions and implement correction measures. Schools, Colleges, and Universities deal with a lot of data pertaining to admissions, fees, online classes, assessments, final exams, grading, and certifications which require a level of automation to eliminate manual errors. Processing and storing all this information and easy retrieval makes ERP necessary for educational institutes.
Post pandemic, and perhaps here to stay permanently, the virtual classroom has increasingly become the building block of the educational experience. When choosing the best virtual classroom for your institute, it is essential to investigate the various features virtual classrooms offer and make your decision accordingly from the top virtual training platforms today. What you’re likely to be looking for is instructor-led virtual classroom software, that is built around live classes taught by an instructor present, and not necessarily self-paced or pre-recorded classes commonly being offered by many courses today. This raises the need for several must-have features.
There are many LMS offerings that have sprouted over the last year, trying to keep up with the rising demand from educators and other institutions. There are numerous colleges and higher education institutions in the country, serving Tier 1 - 3 cities, ensuring reach of quality education and in some cases, meeting basic education needs for the population.
A Learning Management System is a basic need for education institutes today. In fact, the LMS market was predicted to be worth over $15.72 billion in 2021. With a growing percentage of internet users, and unstable post pandemic world, and an expectation of education that is moving away from facilities and campus, and more towards affiliations, method of delivery and the quality of teachers, the possibilities have never been so vast and the landscape so intimidating.
An interview with Dr. M. Venugopal, Director- NITTE School Of Management In 2020, education faced its biggest challenge. With urban institutes more equipped to tackle a new normal, many institutes that cater to students in remote areas struggled with technology and integration. We spent time with Dr. M. Venugopal, Director- NITTE School Of Management, for insights in to how a management institution tackles uncertainty from the point of view of the pandemic, as well as industry needs.
Learning Management Systems or LMS is a buzzword in education today. With classrooms going online and the UGC’s recommendations for blended learning, turning to an LMS is no longer a choice for institutions that are committed to their students' learning and educational experience.
In 2020, preschools grappled with an unfamiliar situation of online lesson delivery to preschoolers, a group that had no idea why they were being forced to stay home when they should have been out playing.
Blended online learning is a fast-growing innovation taking the education industry by force. Blended learning is an approach that combines online education resources for online interaction alongside conventional classroom methods. It is defined by the physical presence of both teacher and student and allows the student some autonomy over the learning pace, process, place, and time. Blended online learning is a variation of blended learning that includes concurrent online learning via web conferencing to enhance otherwise asynchronous online learning.
While online learning resources have proved to be a boon, especially during these unprecedented times, e-learning has its challenges.
E-learning refers to any structured learning content that is delivered electronically and is typically administered through a learning management system (LMS). It includes e-learning courses, quizzes, activities, videos, games, simulations, and lecture content that is either live or pre-recorded. e-learning is broadly categorised into synchronous and asynchronous e-learning. Asynchronous e-learning is self-paced and includes pre-recorded learning content, quizzes, games, etc. Synchronous e-learning takes place live, is led by the instructor, and taken at the same time as other learners, who happen to be in different locations. This online learning or live online training usually uses a virtual classroom or web conferencing platform that offers interactive features like chat, polling, and screen sharing.
Even as digital tools abound and online marketing is everyone’s secret sauce, educational institutes continue to experience the power of word-of-mouth, or customer evangelism. While building a great product continues to remain at the center of consumer willingness to recommend your product, there remains a lot more coaching institutes can do in order to remain front and center of the consumer mindspace and occupy market share.
With the COVID-19 pandemic increasing the need for an avenue for students to avail tuitions from home, coaching institutes should invest in technologies to ensure they can meet the digital demand. In this article, the Ken42 team outlines some such digital strategies that centres can leverage to grow their student base post COVID-19.
In India, coaching classes are of extreme importance, buoyed by a commitment to high marks and entry to reputed institutions, as well as a robust admiration for education. Digital adoption can turn coaching institutes into collaborative learning spaces with more room for creative thinking. In addition to facilitating a holistic mixture of theoretical and practical knowledge, digital content tools will allow coaching institutes to promote critical thinking.
What does education in the new normal look like for forward-thinking Indian schools? Clearly, schools are creating a long-term vision, focusing on adaptability and always keeping their strategies learner-centric. The Ken42 team had the privilege to interview the dynamic principal of Deccan International School, Ms. Anuradha Anekal to understand and outline how one of the premier schools in the city is ensuring that children are able to make the most of their online education.
Coaching Institutes in India are highly sought after to help students train for competitive exams such as CLAT, UPSC and IIT-JEE. These classes work in tandem with students’ regular classes and help enhance students’ understanding of key concepts.
How have leading institutions pioneered the shift from offline to online classes? Clearly, they need to create a long-term vision, focusing on adaptability while keeping all stakeholders in mind. The Ken42 team interviewed the COO of Vijay Kiran Group of Institutions, Ms. SunaliniBenjamin
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