Expanding Hybrid Model for Digitalize Pedagogy in India through Cross Countries Study

Authors : Aditi Aggarwal

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 3 - March

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6408988

This paper is an in – depth study of virtual mode of education and how the teachers teaches the students in virtual way by using computers and other digital devices with the help of networks. This paper is a study provides various steps or methods used by tutors or educators for making studies and syllabus interesting by various 3D games or videos or flow charts. In this paper we have also discussed different levels of grade and types of teaching used in education in various different countries. We have also researched on digitalization used in different countries for teaching students. Education collaborated with digitalization for virtual method of teaching. By virtual learning students can learn in more creative way which make studies easy and students grasp knowledge not only for their exams, for their life journey also. Education helps students to live their life and also learn different ways to tackle a problem. On the other, virtual teaching also help the teachers and tutors to record their lecture and give illustrations in an audio – video mode which helps the students to connected with topic or subject easily. We have also studied on NEP (National Education Policy) 2020, which gives us information about the virtual learning and teaching methods in India. But there is a need of improvisation and for that we have framed or structured a Hybrid Model for Digitalize Education in India through cross – countries study, which tells about new subjects in schools like mechanics, vocational studies and many more and also various new modes of virtual teaching. At the core of all education systems and policies is the universal right to education pronounced in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1949. Equally important is the right of children not to be discriminated against, stated in Article 2 of the Convention on the Right of the Child. A logical consequence of this Article is that all children have the right to receive the kind of education that does not discriminate on grounds of disability, ethnicity, religion, language, gender, capabilities, and so on. While there are very important human, economic, social and political reasons for pursuing a policy and approach of inclusive education, it is also a means of bringing about personal development and building relationships among individuals, groups and nations Togetherness experience makes outline and face to face teaching as hybrid learning. Hybrid elearning and face interaction are integrated

Keywords : Education, virtual learning, syllabus, digitalization, vocational studies, Education policy.


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