Education refers to the knowledge that we receive and experience in schools, our homes and members of society. Education allows a person to understand his or her rights and responsibilities to his or her family and society. As you all know the impact of education in year 2020 all schools, colleges and institutions were closed down due to covid -19 .
IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION
The value of education at a much younger age. Our first tryst with learning begins at home, and our first teachers are our parents, grandparents, and often siblings. The importance of education lies in its continuity, learning is a lifetime process that will stop with our death. It is the foundation for the development of a healthy individual and society. Our world cannot have a bright future if our culture lacks education.
Education is the key to change. It is an important tool that allows a person to understand his or her rights and responsibilities to his or her family, society, and nation. It improves a person’s ability to view the world and to fight against misdoings such as injustice, corruption, and violence, among other things.
IMPACT OF EDUCATION
As you all know the impact of education in year 2020 all schools, colleges and institutions were closed down due to covid -19 . Schools , colleges and institutes started online classes for students. Online classes is beneficial for students because students get new way to study , know about online apps of study but this online way creates problems also. Many students don’t have smart phones, network connection.
Teachers who are all experts in Blackboard, books, classrooms teaching adopting the new method to teach students. There is always a delay or cancellation of exams which leads to confusion for many students. In schools, the mid day meal scheme has helped many children who could not bring their food from the home. Because of the closure of schools, many students were suffering from not having enough food for their survival.
PARENTS PARTICIPATION DURING PANDEMIC
Educated parents support their children throughout the pandemic but illiterate parents can’t support their children in their education.With school closures come cancelled school plays, concerts, sports matches and activities that children are deeply disappointed about missing out on because of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Dr. Damour’s number one piece of advice is to let them be sad. “In the scope of an adolescent’s life these are major losses. This is bigger for them than it is for us because we’re measuring it against our lifetime and experience. Support, expect and normalize that they are very sad and very frustrated about the losses they are mourning.” When in doubt, empathy and support are the way to go.