SHIFTING THE PARADIGM OF TEACHING AND LEARNING DURING AND AFTER PANDEMIC

Dr. Kishore Mukhopadhyay
2020 Zenodo  
In light of the rising concerns about the spread of COVID-19 and calls to contain the Corona Virus, a growing number of tertiary institutions have shut down in regards to face-to-face classes globally. The Corona virus has revealed emerging vulnerabilities in education systems around the world. It is now clear that society needs flexible and resilient education systems as we face unpredictable futures. A meta-analysis methodology was adopted for this study and pertinent literature was visited
more » ... ature was visited to capture the essence of continued learning during these unprecedented times. Findings reveal that universities worldwide are moving more and more towards online learning or E- Learning. The emergence of the Internet and related networks such as the World Wide Web has had and will increasingly have a radical effect on the transformation of education and training in all sectors. The paradigm of traditional teaching -learning has been shifted towards the virtual mode following the methodology of blended and flipped learning rather in a a synchronous , asynchronous , or mixed pattern both during and after the pandemic.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4274659 fatcat:vhyaccfubbgzlacmff3f7obpuy