Perspectives and Challenges
The Covid-19 pandemic has rendered “mainstream online education” obsolete as a cutting-edge feature or “first world facility.” Since modern globalization is moving at such a rapid pace in the 21st century, the only way to protect against this impulsive, destructive virus is to remain quiet and low until a vaccine is developed. Work areas, transportation, clinical offices, instructive areas and so forth. of the entire world are completely immobilized by the shock of this electron measured collector. Among the debacles which are brought about by this pandemic, stop in the instructive area is thought of as the most problematic. As per an internet based news entryway, College World News, there are around 200 million understudies of just Higher Auxiliary Schooling and Tertiary level from everywhere the world who are impacted alongside their educators and strong staffs because of this pandemic. However, great minds in this field did not waste the hours. Since people were already used to online education, it was much more likely that the norm would be to hold classes online. Thusly, a tremendous reaction from everywhere the world is seen and numerous colleges, Optional and Higher Optional Schools began leading their classes through “Zoom”, Television, YouTube or other conferencing entryways. Albeit the understudies and the educators have something to become more energetic because of the association in educating learning, and the monetary cycle is rowed as well, there are many motivations to fear this instructive approach on the off chance that it is randomized for all. In this article, issues and prospects of this instructive construction will be shown with regards to Bangladesh and a superior arrangement for future will be proposed.
It is realized that this methodology won’t stand the test of time assuming that situation becomes steady again as what presently going on is simply a “Better than noticing” choice, however the allure and effect of “E-Learning” will remain.