Proceedings of The 3rd World Conference on Education and Teaching
Meta-Covid Era. How Covid-19 impacted the ways of teaching & learning
Sachpatzidis D. Avraam
Around 1.6 billion students in more than 200 nations have been afflicted by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has wreaked havoc on education institutions worldwide. According to the United Nations Development Programme, schools, institutions, and other places of learning have been closed, affecting more than 94 percent of the world’s student population. This has had a profound effect on practically every aspect of our lives. As a result of social estrangement and restrictive movement policies, traditional educational practices have been significantly disturbed. Reopening schools after the prohibition is lifted adds another challenge, as several new standard operating procedures must be implemented. Following the COVID-19 pandemic, a significant number of researchers contributed their work on teaching and learning in a variety of methods. Numerous institutions, colleges, and universities have discontinued face-to-face training. Alternative educational systems and assessment methodologies, as well as their development and implementation, are desperately needed. We now have the chance, as a result of the COVID-19 virus outbreak, to establish the basis for the adoption of digital learning. The objective of this essay is to provide an in-depth analysis of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on online teaching and learning of various articles, as well as future recommendations.
keywords: alternative education; digital education; online programme; pandemic; social isolation .