REMOTE LEARNING: THE NEW WAY OF TEACHING
Nowadays, in light of the COVID-19 lockdown, several policy initiatives have been released by the government and educational institutions to provide different instructions or methodologies not only for school communities but university levels as well. Nevertheless, the Coronavirus has revealed a big number of constraints in education systems such as the workload of teachers and students, inexperience to guide online classes, lack of learning, and teaching platforms that might affect the continuity of the curriculum. To tackle the problem, teachers should receive some training (enhanced by institutions, government) on remote learning to cope with plenty of digital teaching activities and strategies that will lead them towards effective planning to improve the quality of education.
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