Gurugram, Oct. 5, 2021 : On World Teachers’ Day 2021, School of Education at ASU, Rotaract Club and NSS hosted a talk on the changes in the teaching-learning process over one a half years of the pandemic By hosting a virtual session, students discussed the importance of having teachers across the world to cater to online learners and enable their growth in the health crisis. The session titled, ‘Educational Research during and post-Covid-19’ was delivered by Professor Stephen McKinney, Leader of Pedagogy; Praxis and Faith, Research and Teaching Group, School of Education, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom. At the event, he helped teacher trainees and research scholars at the college understand how the last one and half years of the Covid-19 pandemic have led to educational lags.
He said, “The teaching-learning process has changed globally since the health crisis and has also impacted the educational research process. The causes of this massive hit to research can be divided into – i) school closures, ii) food insecurity and iii) digital exclusion.”