Disruption to didactic methods: Gracious through pandemic




Augmented reality, Cloud computing, Education, ICT, IoT, Robotics, Simulation


Teaching is left to fend itself but forced to keep teachers on the job. Preparation of the talent pool of students to be employable, requires guiding the teacher not only to protect their employment, but also to upgrade themselves to overcome challenges, through technology swiftly, requires quick impetus to bring changes in curriculum. Technology tools facilitate education to proliferate distances, shrink the world to an unimaginable connection, and challenge the teachers on employability. Today everyone at all levels of education, across the globe are online, there are quite a few experienced teachers and experts still not sure of solutions that can accept the challenge. Administrators are struggling to propose a right methodology, where the digital involvement of technology in the didactic, can land into the near future. At home Mobile, and Laptops have replaced textbook and notebooks for both teachers and students, right from communicating, organizing the teaching, learning and evaluation has taken a new form. Textbooks in printed form have suddenly vanished. Students and teachers have been using textbooks to absorb, discover, and realize had been effective, till the COVID-19. Emerging technologies are on the way to replace the traditional didactic, and research processes, drastically shifting to digital form. The information drawn through the internet is going to be omnipresent, providing a flexible learning environment, processing fast search of information. However, digital education would still need to increase awareness, perception, and reasoning to distinguish the right from wrong, make decisions, enhance self-confidence, and much more as parameters for enriching their living.


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Umachandran, K. ., & Periasamy, A. . (2022). Disruption to didactic methods: Gracious through pandemic . International Conference on Emerging Technology and Interdisciplinary Sciences, 57–61. https://doi.org/10.57040/icetis.vi.8