Corona effect ki schools and colleges anni close ayi kotha kothaga online classes shuru ayinai, asalu vintunnara act chesthunara ane doubt teachers ki unna, asalu villu em chepthunaro ane confusion students ki unna, classes mathram aapedhi ledhu syllabus mathram skip chesedhi ledhu…
Class lo bore kotti chithra vichitralaga students entha allari chesina teachers control chese vallu kani ippudu ee online classes valla itu teachers ki atu students ki idhariki communication gap aythe create ayindi….
“It is not enough to think outside the box. Thinking is passive. Get used to acting outside the box”
A famous saying by Tim Ferriss
Similarly, Kerala came up with a new interesting approach to reach its students. In the Moorkkanad AEMAUP School in Kerala, teachers experimented with augmented reality to teach their students. They used pictorial depictions of animals like cows and elephants using this particular technology.
Taking education to next level, this school from Malappuram uses Augmentend Reality in online classes…
This is too cool! A school in Malappuram, Kerala uses augmented reality for online classes! And an elephant, cow appear in class rooms (it’s News Minute video) pic.twitter.com/z1j5yCHslg
— Liz Mathew (@MathewLiz) July 11, 2020
Asalu Augment Reality ante…?
AR is the technology that superimposes a computer generated image on a user’s view of the real world…
Chuse vallaki ante manaki oka manchi composite view kosam user perspective lo computer generate chesina images ne Augmented reality (AR) antaru… One of the most modern technologies suggested for providing education to students.
The video, which is going viral on social media, shows a school located in Malappuram district, where teachers can be seen teaching in the classroom. Animals like a cow and an elephant, the solar system, and the globe appear next to them as they explain them to the children during online classes.
According to the school administration, with the kids adapting to online classes, the goal was to give students a better education and a more practical environment so that they can learn and understand things in a better way.
Kerala has the highest literacy rate in the country (93.91 percent). Last month they began its 2020-21 academic year via online classes. The state government has opted to use various virtual platforms so that the education of the students is not effected due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ilantidhi edho mana vallaki kuda padithe bagundu kadha… Yes, this instance in Kerala has been an inspiration for many educators and has given a platform for sharing different techniques..
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