The Coved-19 virus has turned the world upside down; all sectors, including education, have been severely affected, and the world is looking for new strategies to address the epidemic and its consequences.
Online educationand e-learningis now viewed by educational institutions as a window of hope. This has made efforts to integrate online education and the use of technical tools such as learning management systems (LMS) and online conference platforms such as Udemy, Educadium, CourseCraft and Skillshare, and are trying to come up with different ways to reach their students who are quarantined in their homes, towns and villages.
But skeptics and cynics have created myths about e-learning , which is why Indian educational expert Dr. Joseph Dorairaj (dean of the School of Foreign Languages at the Rural Gandigram Institute) tries to uncover these illusions in a recent article in The Hindu, referring to what he describes as “seven myths of online learning”, which lead societies to disrupt knowledge and share skills. Let us follow these myths according to the expert:
Shaimaa EssaIndian expert: Seven myths in e-learning “Do not fall”!
“Social divergence” has become imposed after the global threat of covid-19 epidemic, and therefore the need for alternatives to all our activities, primarily education, has increased after the closure of schools, universities and various centers؛ And the overwhelming spread of distance learning.
This is why Veative( AlMotahida Education Group Partner) has teamed up with Digi Technologies to offer the curriculum in an interactive and three-dimensional way, and what’s new in Veative Home Study is that you can now use the app without the need for a dedicated VR device within the virtual learning labs, once you use your traditional PC from your home! Through this website: covid.veative.com/
Shaimaa Essa“Veative Home” Don’t lose your study and enjoy immersive learning