(YorkPedia Editorial):- Gurgaon, Haryana Jun 20, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Alpine Convent School has re-opened its corridors to the cheerful happy faces of students, welcoming the young scholars to a holistic educational experience. The country has gradually begun settling into a renewed version of pre-pandemic normalcy. Well-planned safety protocols are put into practice, in adherence to the Government norms. However, proper hygiene measures and protocols are not enough to prepare and groom children post-pandemic.
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COVID-19 created a stirring impact on the education system causing inequality in learning, socio-psycho challenges among learners, and other grave issues. Although schools have left no stones unturned to provide a top-notch learning experience in a remote setting, it fails to stand out as an effective substitute for in-person learning. The shift in the education pattern was not perceived well by all students. A cut-back in human interaction and communication pushed children into social isolation. Reports show that depression, a sense of recluse, and anxiety cropped up as common disorders among learners of all ages.
In addition to a student’s academic welfare, schools also contribute to the health and physical well-being of scholars. Students were provided with nutritious meals and exposed to a holistic routine including competitive learning, extracurriculars, physical drills, and more. The closing of institutions had robbed children of a promising learning experience. With schools kicking off operations once again, it is imperative to ensure that students are welcomed in a supportive learning environment. An ambiance that certainly caters to education but more importantly, focuses on a child’s physical and psychological health.
Things all schools must prioritize
1. Assure tailored mentoring to meet a scholar’s learning needs and help the little ones kiss goodbye to their psychological struggles
Schools are known to provide children a social space to engage, learn, interact, make friends, and cherish their growing years. This time around, school personnel and teachers must keep an eye on the mental health and overall welfare of a student first. Allow the scholars to open up their hearts and communicate. Keep a check on how a student is re-connecting with peers, moving around, indulging in activities, and faring in academics. Teachers must educate the scholars about the facts and myths around COVID-19. Usually, a teacher is more than just a mentor for students, fostering a sense of safety, relationship, and security in the little kids. Teachers must motivate students to participate in making the classroom a warm, welcoming, and comfy space.
2. Introduce remedial learning and scientific literacy in the curriculum
Students have lost a fair share of instructional education during the pandemic. It is significant for schools to realize that a student might not be fit for a certain curriculum as per his age or grade. Every personnel employed by the school must ensure prompt support to students at all times. Besides, schools must modify their learning modules and include more scientific and digital knowledge to prep students for a leading-edge digital future. Launching an assessment tool that helps figure out a learner’s weaknesses or needs is a good idea. This enables teachers to coach and support a student exclusively, working on a scholar’s shaky areas.
Alpine Convent School greets students in an intellectually fulfilling and stimulating atmosphere. The school effectively acts on the above-mentioned priorities and helps children thrive in a warm and supportive environment.
Alpine Convent School
CIA Police Post, Sector- 10, Gurugram, Haryana -122001