Challenges and Opportunities of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education with Special Reference to COVID-19 Pandemic: A Global Perspective
Keywords:Covid-19, Challenges, Opportunities, Higher Education, Teaching and Learning
AbstractMore than 200 countries and almost 1.5 billion students have been impacted by the pandemic COVId-19, which had a far-reaching and significant impact on educational systems all over the world. The most obvious impact of the pandemic has been the closure of schools and universities, causing one of the biggest tech revolutions in educational history to arise. Social exclusion and restrictive movement regulations had a significant impact on traditional brick-and-mortar educational methods. Numerous investigators have highlighted their results on teaching and learning in numerous ways in the fallout of the pandemic that started in Wuhan, China. Different higher educational institutes turned off their face-to-face teaching-learning procedures. This unanticipated transition in the instructional method raised new challenges and opportunities. Even though there were many hindrances for teachers, universities, institutions, and the government regarding novel learning approaches, the pandemic provided chances to build a foundation for digital learning. Innovative and new instructional approaches and evaluation methods were used promptly. The current study aims to present a complete assessment of the challenges and opportunities of teaching and learning in higher education during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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