New Learning Techniques That Every School Must Implement

What are the new learning techniques that every school must implement, especially post-COVID-19?

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The education system has undergone massive changes because of Covid -19.

Here are the four new learning techniques every school must implement,

to keep up with competitors, especially post covid-19.

1. Use of technology in education 

We have seen that in covid -19 pandemic, once the schools got closed, the school management, teachers and educators tried to adopt and innovate new learning techniques. One of them and the most impactful learning technique is the use of technology in school.

Post covid-19, almost every school got to know the importance of technology in the education system, and no doubt technology transformed the education system. Nowadays almost all schools are using technology; through technology, students can access and learn topics or content from wherever they want. If schools integrate technology successfully in the classroom, students will have a chance to get effective learning outcomes.  

Integrating technology in schools helps students promote personalized learning; teachers can also effectively teach and conduct digital formative and summative assessments. Students also learn and update modern technical skills which are very important for working in the 21st century. 

Also Read: 5 reasons why a physical learning environment is the best for students in the long run

 

2. Learning beyond the classroom

Student overall development can not just happen in the classroom; learning beyond the classroom is very important for the students to understand the real world. By going beyond the classroom, children can have a chance to think and learn out of the box. When they have hands-on experience, the level of understanding is high instead of sitting in a classroom.

Outside learning enhances the child’s creativity. Through experiments and exploration, the children have a chance to get skills such as observation skills, critical thinking skills, and evaluation skills. From these skills, the students can learn how to face real-world problems and real-world situations and improve innovative thinking.

Learning beyond the classroom method of teaching helps students apply their knowledge and test it in the real-world (museum visits or field trips). Beyond the classroom teaching enhances students’ personal and social development skills.

As we all know, during the lockdown the students sat at home and attended online classes so the children missed an opportunity to socialize. Now post covid we have to focus on the children’s personal and social aspects through learning beyond the classroom.

Nowadays almost all schools are using technology. Students can access and learn topics or content from wherever they want. If schools integrate technology successfully in the classroom, students will have a chance to get effective learning outcomes.

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3.  Adaptive learning

Each student is unique and the learning styles and understanding levels differ from one another. Adaptive learning does not believe in the “one size fits all approach ”. Adaptive learning mainly focuses on the child-centric and personalized study approach.

In this method, every child focuses on their learning requirements and learners progress. Based on the child’s learning style and learning requirement, the teacher monitors, guides, and assigns and gives feedback based on their unique needs and requirements in their study.

Through adaptive learning teaching, the teacher can provide the best possible learning experience for every child in the classroom.

Through experiments and exploration, the children have a chance to get skills such as observation skills, critical thinking skills, and evaluation skills. From these skills, the students can learn how to face real-world problems and real-world situations and improve innovative thinking.

4.  Students as autonomous learners

There are so many traditional teaching-learning models and approaches that are gradually disappearing. One of the traditional models was teacher-centric (teacher as a knowledge giver and the student as a knowledge receiver).

In the 21st century, students can be leaders in their education. In this model, the teacher can be a facilitator to the learner. In this model, the learner takes a controlled risk where the teacher has to create an environment and support the student’s learning. 

Post covid-19 the schools can use the four teaching and learning techniques mentioned to enhance student learning outcomes according to the skills that children require for their future.

After covid-19 pandemic students should be able to use technology in their learning; should be adaptable according to situations in learning and the ability to learn beyond the classroom and should be autonomous learners in their education. 

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