Resilient and coherent technology solutions in a pandemic situationAuthor(s):
Vineeta Garg and Gunjan TomarAbstract:
The coronavirus pandemic isn’t the first to hit the human civilization. Ever since humans started to live in groups forming communities, the world has seen numerous diseases spread like wildfire. With the improved technology that we have had in the past few decades, the preparedness to address education and adopt technology-enabled teaching-learning platforms could be administered and evolved further exponentially at very short notice during COVID 19 time. In the process of finding ways to provide education on a virtual platform during the pandemic, the resilience and coherence aspect of education was compromised.
A well-rounded and effective educational practice is needed to overcome the educational challenges and to accelerate the thinking on how to best support quality education for all.
This paper focusses on using NOISE analysis to build a resilient and coherent model that can effectively be used in future pandemics, crisis and in hybrid learning. A NOISE analysis done on a group of teachers provides insights on using different strategies and solutions for private and government school teachers depending upon the need, opportunities, improvements, strengths and challenges.Pages: 333-342 | Views: 452 | Downloads: 341Download Full Article: Click Here
How to cite this article:
Vineeta Garg, Gunjan Tomar. Resilient and coherent technology solutions in a pandemic situation. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2022;4(1):333-342.