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Upcoming trends that will shape tomorrow’s smart online education

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In an industry story on the trends of online education, views of Divya Ma’am has been published in the leading financial news platform- Financial Express

The schools all around India not just adapted but simply evolved with the support of highly immersive technology tools like Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality Labs, and penetrating deep into the education system.

A famous quote by John Dewey fits appropriately in this context “If we teach as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow”. This quote rightly describes the present context of the education ecosystem prevailing globally. The pandemic has moved to learn to a virtual classroom. This has ultimately led to a trend of extended learning which translates to virtual learning even further with the help of new products rapidly being introduced in the market. The outcome of this new-age learning is to make classes more interesting and interactive.

The most prominent trends that will dominate the upcoming education industry will be customization and personalization on a real-time basis for students as well as teachers. Owing to this is an online class system called- ‘The Class of One’ was conceptualized by a series of education experts with a collective experience of 220 years. Elaborating upon the same, Divya Jain, Director & Founder, The Class of One said, “Our inception of ‘The Class of One is based on the ideology of making kids future-ready with our online classes. We aim to bring and set novel trends in imparting smart online education. The pandemic has ushered in a new era, which comprises trends like experiential learning, specialized tools for students with mental and physical abilities, learning that focuses more on skill development and enhancement. The most striking trend observed was that pedagogical methods were revised and made more flexible & diverse, as not just students but teachers also had an opportunity to deliver classes beyond their traditional classroom and reach out to multiple geographies. A drastic transition is expected in imparting primary classes as the little ones will now be directly exposed to a mix of device and verbal learning, which is going to be making them use their cognitive abilities to a significantly higher level than before”