Only a small part of the Indian population has access to online education right now. Interrupted power supply, weak or non-existent internet connectivity, and unaffordability to buy necessary devices are major concerns.
Teachers may not be well-versed with creating digital content and conveying it effectively online
A sudden expectation from them to upgrade, and from students to adapt, is unfair
Body language and eye contact, which are important cues for the teacher, are difficult to perceive in an online class
The transition from teacher-class-based teaching to digital education will need multi-pronged efforts over time. For parents, students, teachers, and institutions, investment and infrastructure are needed.
Digital education is not about videos of lectures on boards by teachers on the internet. It is about appropriate platforms, technology, tools, interactivity, curation, content, and a lot more
To keep the innovation bell ringing and making it continuous we need to provide education at the grass-roots level, as the maximum number of students still go to Public Schools and at the Village level, only government schools are there.
With our Board these problems can be solved, it consists of all the necessary things and plus teacher training module can help both the teams i.e Teachers & Students.