Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about online classes during lockdown. Online lessons were substituted for teacher-led lectures when the school was under lockdown.
The benefits are plain to see: there is no chance of harm, teachers are always available, and no need to leave the school premises. Without the burden of being in class, students can easily view the lecture on their schedule. Over 1.2 billion kids were not in school since every school in the world had shut its doors. On the internet, there was online schooling. It is also known as online learning.
Students could access online study materials, participate in virtual lectures, ask lecturers questions, interact with other students, administer virtual tests, and do a lot more. Students would receive a high-quality education from home while simultaneously preventing the spread of viruses thanks to online classrooms.
Time had no boundaries. Students were free to study whenever they chose. They learned more about different applications and programs. However, there are certain disadvantages to online learning. Students and teachers did not speak to one another in person. This creates a barrier to the development of personality and interpersonal skills. Another significant difficulty in certain places was internet access.
Everything in online classes was prewritten. It was devoid of feelings like joy, enthusiasm, or rage. Thus, online education has both benefits and drawbacks, but in those days with curfews, it was incredibly beneficial in ensuring uninterrupted study. Thank you.