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October 26, 2021 Tuesday 11:17:31 AM IST

Impact of Remote learning among Elementary Students

Teacher Insights

A study conducted by Miriam Gonzalez shows that the young students are facing lot of uncertainties of learning.  She highlighted on the need of students going to school and to have face to face talks. Our young ones were in a dark box which was a chaos with what to be learned and how to be learned. The title of this paper is ‘Remote Learning During COVID-19: How is Remote learning impacting Elementary Students’. The author highlights the positive side of distance learning for adolescence as anytime, anywhere learning is possible. But for kids it would be difficult to choose what is right and what is wrong for them. This chaos creates a lot of confusion among the children as well as their parents. The justification of the study is that the lack of social skills because of distance learning can hinder the students’ personal growth along with educational growth. The first few years of school for a student are very important. This helps them develop social skills that will prepare them to have healthy interactions and experiences with other people.  Students not sharing and speaking out of turn can be corrected while being in the class that can help them display good manners. This can develop to great problem solving which is another thing students are missing out on because of distance learning. This is a great preparation for children to get in the classroom. This can become an efficient way to critically think.