by Chansoma Yen

One of the most often used terms after the pandemic is the term “New Normal.” The New Normal in education is the increased use of online learning tools. The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered new ways of learning. All around the world, educational institutions are looking toward online learning platforms to continue with the process of educating students. Online learning is now applicable not just to learn academics but it also extends to learning extracurricular activities for students as well.

In recent months, the demand for online learning has risen significantly, and it will continue doing as in the future as parents and students are impressed by the idea and quickly see some of the many advantages, such as:
• Children can master additional online skills and tools.
• Children today tend to be attracted to technology, so online training may be more appealing to them and be able to hold their interest for a longer period.
• Children can learn at an early age and technology is used not only for fun.
• Parents can save time and expenses on transportation.
• Parents will have better opportunities to monitor what their child is learning.

Every student has a different learning journey and a different learning style. Some students are visual learners, while some students prefer to learn through audio. Similarly, some students thrive in the classroom, and other students are solo learners who get distracted by large groups. The online learning system, with its range of options and resources, can be personalized in many ways. It is the best way to create a perfect learning environment suited to the needs of each student.