The Future of E-learning: A Need for Emergency Curriculum for the Primary School Children

  • Shweta Amrawanshi and Aditya Garg
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  • Shweta Amrawanshi

    Assistant Professor at Government Law College, Seoni, India.

  • Aditya Garg

    Assistant Professor at Government Law College, Seoni, India.

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Abstract

This study examines the impact of e-learning in primary schools using a doctrinal method of study. The paper highlights that most students agree that e-learning helps them to have access to unlimited sources of information; better synthesis between subjects; promotes critical analysis; and encourages innovative techniques of learning. However, it also attempts to highlight a critical look towards the new technologically enriched pedagogy for the primary school learners which is heavily impacted by the ongoing pandemic, and a viable solution for the same through the adoption of an emergency curriculum. The ideas expressed in this paper gain their structure and momentum from the concept of ‘condensed curriculum’ advocated by AEWG. The main thesis is that sudden imposition of the E-learning techniques is bundled with numerous problems for the primary class learners than its positive implications.

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International Journal of Law Managment and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 2939 - 2950

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.11836

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