Need of Computer Science in New Era of Home Education
Education News | Jan-10-2021
The Covid-19 pandemic caused some sudden changes that took quite some time to find a solution to. For example- Education for students. Schools and colleges have started using many platforms like Zoom, Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams, etc. Computer Science has become a very important part of our lives in today’s era.
Computer Science played a very important role, especially during this pandemic, as students and teachers were able to interact with each other and continue studies without many disruptions. Teachers are able to give assignments, have assessments, and check student’s homework, etc.
Without computers and technology, education would have been severely disrupted or even worse might have been put to a halt. There might have been very few ways of communication between students and teachers as the only way would have been being meeting physically which would have been very dangerous for both students, teachers, and other staff, especially during the early stages of the virus.
Computer Science has become a dominant part of our lives. Not only adults but children have also been very dependent on it. It has become very important for children’s education. But we all must remember that too much of everything can be harmful. Now, I would like to end with this quote from Bill Gates: “Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is most important.”
Delhi Public School, Gautam Buddh Nagar
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