COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus.
The disease causes respiratory illness (like the flu) with symptoms such as cough, fever, and difficulty in breathing. You can protect yourself by washing your hands frequently, avoid touching your face, and avoid close contact with people who are unwell.
*Only me* that is isolation. So we are suggesting and all the recommendations and precautions measures as declared by the government and *WHO*, the situation of complete lockdown has developed stress among the members of family. So we suggest and repeatedly reminded to engage the children in household activities with parents and treat children with patience. This lockdown will rein for longer period, so we are teaching them by providing academic homework, assignments, worksheets related with innovative & creative activities.
Going to schools is the best public policy tool available to raise skills while school time can be fun and can raise social skills and social awareness from an economic point of view, the primary point of being in school is that it increases a child’s ability.
Perhaps to the disappointment of children, they are not in home to play. The idea is that they must continue their education at home, in the hope of not missing out too much.
The school has also created subject wise class WhatsApp groups for students & teachers. School is also using online education app and the class teachers are remaining in the contacts with each and each and every individual students. So, that they remain engaged and no loss in studies. Most importantly, we are equipped with the smart classes and all my teachers are updated with the latest technologies and online teaching methodology. So, I have a message for parents & students to spend time with your ward, spend time with your loved ones, have patience , meditate and organised yourselves band take future course of action god bless. And hope we come over the situation, we fit.
These methods can be fascinating as well as effective for their studies and academic growth.