Classter

All-in-one Student & Learning Management System

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About Classter
Classter is a global pioneer in the field of Education Technology, offering an all-in-one Cloud-based SaaS that bundles: Student Information System (SIS), School Management System (SMS) & Learning Management System (LMS). The platform offers an end-to-end and modular informa...
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Classter
All-in-one Student & Learning Management System
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Core Features
School Management Software Features
  • Administrative Management
  • Admission Management
  • Class Management
  • Curriculum Management
  • Financial Management
  • Library Management
  • Parent/Student Portal
  • Timetable Management
  • Transport Management
  • Attendance Management
  • Cafeteria Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Online Payment
  • Staff Management
Discussions
The pandemic has disrupted the education and traditional systems worldwide – 1.2 billion+ children are now out of the classroom. As soon as the education entities learned the nature of the COVID-19 virus, they quickly shifted to the online methods of learning, teaching and grading. And with the increasing cases and second waves of the Coronavirus everywhere, online education is the only saviour students have - till we find a promising vaccine. In my opinion, e-learning will not entirely replace classroom education. But, the hybrid solution – a mix of online and offline will be embraced. Many predicted that online learning is the future of higher education – but nothing is certain, there’s always a grey area that we should not avoid. One size does not fit all - the repercussions of these sudden changes have impacted students’ thought process and their ability to understand a subject. Therefore, the return of in-campus/in-school teaching is destined (we just don’t know when but it will). If you say that e-learning has precedence over classroom education – then you are being ignorant. There are a lot of students who are not in favour of online education and miss in-campus and school life. It is not about textbook learning and lectures but an immersive and holistic experience. It teaches you valuable life skills – adaptability, sociability and living outside your comfort zone. Secondly, online learning is still a “privileged concept” for numerous families. In a country like India – many families don’t even have access to robust “internet connection” let alone gadgets. For effective online learning – a student needs a decent laptop/tablet, high-speed internet and a room without distractions. Schools and colleges are the great levellers – they provide the same ecosystem and services to everyone.  Thirdly, online learning ensures less supervision meaning you cannot fully understand which student is struggling with a topic. It’s tough for teachers to clear the doubts and make sure everyone is on the same page. Due to this reason, students don’t perform well in examinations and tests. Lastly, the “screen time” of students has dramatically magnified – with the majority of students spending 5-6 hours in online classes. This can lead to severe headaches, weak eyesight and can cause concentration difficulties. Moreover, this at-home learning is also giving a significant surge to sedentary lifestyles in students. Final words Be it working, shopping, entertainment and education - the pandemic has become an inflection point for new inventions. But what we lack is a more human-like approach in these innovations. And that is why the traditional way of teaching and learning will not go out of style, not soon I believe. 
The pandemic has disrupted the education and traditional systems worldwide – 1.2 billion+ children are now out of the classroom. As soon as the education entities learned the nature of the COVID-19 virus, they quickly shifted to the online methods of learning, teaching and grading. And with the increasing cases and second waves of the Coronavirus everywhere, online education is the only saviour students have - till we find a promising vaccine. In my opinion, e-learning will not entirely replace classroom education. But, the hybrid solution – a mix of online and offline will be embraced. Many predicted that online learning is the future of higher education – but nothing is certain, there’s always a grey area that we should not avoid. One size does not fit all - the repercussions of these sudden changes have impacted students’ thought process and their ability to understand a subject. Therefore, the return of in-campus/in-school teaching is destined (we just don’t know when but it will). If you say that e-learning has precedence over classroom education – then you are being ignorant. There are a lot of students who are not in favour of online education and miss in-campus and school life. It is not about textbook learning and lectures but an immersive and holistic experience. It teaches you valuable life skills – adaptability, sociability and living outside your comfort zone. Secondly, online learning is still a “privileged concept” for numerous families. In a country like India – many families don’t even have access to robust “internet connection” let alone gadgets. For effective online learning – a student needs a decent laptop/tablet, high-speed internet and a room without distractions. Schools and colleges are the great levellers – they provide the same ecosystem and services to everyone.  Thirdly, online learning ensures less supervision meaning you cannot fully understand which student is struggling with a topic. It’s tough for teachers to clear the doubts and make sure everyone is on the same page. Due to this reason, students don’t perform well in examinations and tests. Lastly, the “screen time” of students has dramatically magnified – with the majority of students spending 5-6 hours in online classes. This can lead to severe headaches, weak eyesight and can cause concentration difficulties. Moreover, this at-home learning is also giving a significant surge to sedentary lifestyles in students. Final words Be it working, shopping, entertainment and education - the pandemic has become an inflection point for new inventions. But what we lack is a more human-like approach in these innovations. And that is why the traditional way of teaching and learning will not go out of style, not soon I believe. 

The pandemic has disrupted the education and traditional systems worldwide – 1.2 billion+ children are now out of the classroom. As soon as the education entities learned the nature of the COVID-19 virus, they quickly shifted to the online methods of learning, teaching and grading. And with the increasing cases and second waves of the Coronavirus everywhere, online education is the only saviour students have - till we find a promising vaccine. 

In my opinion, e-learning will not entirely replace classroom education. But, the hybrid solution – a mix of online and offline will be embraced. Many predicted that online learning is the future of higher education – but nothing is certain, there’s always a grey area that we should not avoid. 

One size does not fit all - the repercussions of these sudden changes have impacted students’ thought process and their ability to understand a subject. Therefore, the return of in-campus/in-school teaching is destined (we just don’t know when but it will). 

If you say that e-learning has precedence over classroom education – then you are being ignorant. There are a lot of students who are not in favour of online education and miss in-campus and school life. It is not about textbook learning and lectures but an immersive and holistic experience. It teaches you valuable life skills – adaptability, sociability and living outside your comfort zone. 

Secondly, online learning is still a “privileged concept” for numerous families. In a country like India – many families don’t even have access to robust “internet connection” let alone gadgets. For effective online learning – a student needs a decent laptop/tablet, high-speed internet and a room without distractions. Schools and colleges are the great levellers – they provide the same ecosystem and services to everyone.  

Thirdly, online learning ensures less supervision meaning you cannot fully understand which student is struggling with a topic. It’s tough for teachers to clear the doubts and make sure everyone is on the same page. Due to this reason, students don’t perform well in examinations and tests. 

Lastly, the “screen time” of students has dramatically magnified – with the majority of students spending 5-6 hours in online classes. This can lead to severe headaches, weak eyesight and can cause concentration difficulties. Moreover, this at-home learning is also giving a significant surge to sedentary lifestyles in students. 

Final words 

Be it working, shopping, entertainment and education - the pandemic has become an inflection point for new inventions. But what we lack is a more human-like approach in these innovations. And that is why the traditional way of teaching and learning will not go out of style, not soon I believe. 

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