Proceedings of The 4th International Conference on Advanced Research in Social Sciences
A Paradigm Shift: The Blending of Web-Based Learning Tools with The Asynchronous and Synchronous Teaching Methodology
Dr. Swati Bijawat, Dr. Sanjana Sharma Marwaha
Due to the ongoing covid’19 pandemic teaching through digital medium has become quite normal in both urban and the rural areas. the educational institutions are extensively devising and using new ways of remote teaching and implementing digital learning techniques which seem to be beneficial to the students.
In this age of 4G’s and 5G’s we have embraced the digital medium conveniently, but the problem here is the introduction of proper tutorials for both teachers and students on how to digitally connect with each other and how to access the Blended Learning Tools through various available interfaces. in order to initiate these changes and for imparting training in the digital mode to the kids residing in both the urban and rural areas, firstly the subject teacher should accommodate well enough with the relevant blended tool such that can fittingly apply in their online lecture and help the students to understand the concepts well. The main motive behind the blended tools is to contribute to the holistic development of the students and simultaneously complete the course to be covered in a very light and loving way, making the learning experience creative and delightful for the students in this difficult time and further helping them to understand the difficult concepts of their subjects in a stress-free way. The paper will present a description of the various blended learning tools available online and how the tools can benefit the student community making their digital experience more interesting and informative.
keywords: Blended Learning; Blended Learning Tools; E-content; Online Teaching; Students.