As the prevalent Covid 19 pandemic continues to impact communities locally and globally, our resilience to overcome these difficult times has grown multifold too. This is the time when learning takes place beyond four walls. Remember, no crises should ever hamper the path towards continous learning among our student community. Keeping this in mind, Learning Paths School has made various arrangements to keep our students focused on their academics; and to keep them constructively occupied during the lockdown. The school is technology-enabled so are the teachers, and our students are well equipped with the application of technology too. Therefore, the school has easily adopted the Digital Teaching Learning- a tool to teach the student community that will cover the school’s scholastic and non-scholastic activities. There is a system that has been put in place, designed by the school authorities and facilitators, to ensure that learning happens at all the times. It’s good to see that parents are also active in this process and have supported the process. The students are enjoying their live classroom sessions via Google Meets where instead of sitting inside the four walls of their classrooms,they can now be seen on a single screen interacting with each other and their teachers to enrich their knowledge. The students are submitting their online assignments via Google Classrooms. The teachers are exploring new tools to enhance their knowledge to cater to the needs of today’s generation of students. The teachers are busy attending regular webinars and online sessions to update their teaching skills.
Besides academics, the school has also arranged for the extracurricular activities program in which teachers’ resources are shared with the students in the form of PPTs, YouTube lessons, and also live sessions with different professionals from various fields to encourage all round development of our students. The students are utilizing their time and are engaged in doing their assignments and projects. The online platform has certainly enabled the school community to fulfil its goal of having a fruitful teaching and learning, ignoring the fact that the pupils are physically far away from each other. School building is closed but learning must continue !!