It has been like a Twenty-20 cricket match for teachers, parents and students in the year 2020, wondering how to strike the right balance between pace and timing, and get the game going.
While teachers are mulling over whether or not they should assess the students, how much of curriculum can be skipped, what needs to be retained, and how to be innovative, parents and students are battling issues such as excessive screentime, meltdowns and negative feelings among adolescents.
Keeping this in mind, The Times of India has launched the ‘Keep Learning’ programme powered by BYJU’S, facilitating teachers, principals, policy experts, health experts, tech gurus, counsellors and parents to converge on a single platform and find answers to changes in the educational system under the Covid conditions and the New Education Policy being rolled out.
The campaign, in its five phases, will provide an umbrella under which all the concerns raised by teachers, parents and students will be addressed by health experts, tech gurus, counsellors and educationists.
A sneak peek below into expert talks that can help teachers and parents cope with pandemic-related life problems.
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