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Now, let’s think about the ways in which students informally support each other in their learning and how you can make some avenues readily available for them. In face-to-face settings, if a student feels confused, they can turn to a classmate and say, “Hey, I didn’t understand … did you?” These sorts of informal social learning supports are crucial to student learning (not just socially but to comprehension and retention as well). Consider how you can integrate some ways for students to connect with each other. Here are some quick and easy solutions to implement:

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Teachers at Everwin Vidhyashram have been asked to record one-hour video lessons in various subjects for students of classes 10 and 11, said B. Purushothaman, senior principal, Everwin Group of Schools. “After the video classes are sent, students will be given time to reach out to their teachers for clarifications as well. We’re also planning to send short tests online that parents will be required to administer to the students,” he added.

If you are teaching face-to-face classes, your first impulse may be to think about your lectures. You may want to record lectures, narrated PowerPoints/slides or live sessions to make them available online. It is not hard to create some videos or narrated slideshows with technology that is often readily available. Be aware that you need to make sure these materials are accessible to all students, so transcripts or captions will need to be included. Your institution may have specific solutions for these accessibility accommodations, but automatic captioning in YouTube works well with a little effort on your part to make sure it’s there. Yes, this may be a little confusing for you at first, but meeting the needs of all of your learners is paramount.

Mr. Subramanian said that once schools reopen after the summer vacation, it is important that there is no undue pressure on the students and teachers to rush through portions. “Despite the fact that we were not able to have lessons now for these classes, we will be able to make it up in the upcoming academic year with some adjustments. Students should not be under any sort of pressure,” he said.

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