Is There Tremendous Advancement in Educational Setting during COVID-19 Age? A Case Study of Nabhanya College, KSA

Jayashree Premkumar Shet, Christy Paulina J


Thanks to the widening spectrum of digital world that became a guiding North Star many sectors such as banking, business, literature and education do exist and flourish during Pandemic times. Based on the current programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), prior to COVID- 19 educational institutions were doing a poor job of educating children for the competencies and abilities that lay the framework for lifetime learning. PISA advised the educators to take up greater responsiveness to impart “new information and abilities essential for to an evolving landscape are learned continually entire human existence. So, this study probes what innovations were made us in educational setting n the landscape of health and economic crisis with a case study with Nabhanya College, KSA. Also, the present descriptive study research details how the technology shaped the new normal in education in the domains of learning, and research in general. The investigation demonstrated that there are always two sides to every tale. The disruption sparked inventiveness in the sectors of teaching, learning assessment, research, and awareness of common health problems and treatments thanks to the ever-increasing desire for digitization. Fortunately, pupils from countries with established technology had an advantage over those from less developed countries. The most important and current initiative has also been creating technology tools that benefit both students and teachers, especially for pupils in developed nations who have unlimited access to cutting-edge technologies. This study serves as a powerful reminder to all parties involved to continue holding the ladder up for the disadvantaged.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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