According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the influence of coronavirus can be observed more in adults than in children still the young children are getting trapped into the infection of this disease. They get the symptoms of fever, cold and cough and are unable to focus on their studies.
To help the students to continue their studies and learning, digital transformations are providing numerous options to the students. Students can now study via educational apps like STEPapp that help them to cover their school syllabus of CBSE/ICSE board. It provides accessibility to the students as they can learn their syllabus any time and anywhere.
Impact of coronavirus around the world
As reported by ABC News, due to the COVID-19 outbreak the education of around 290 million school students has been interrupted. 22 countries have shut down their schools under the public health emergency. This virus leads to irritating common cold problems and other respiratory issues among people and children. Syndromes that are observed in the children are Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome. We advise you to stay careful from infections and use masks while walking around the streets or travelling.
In fact, it has been clearly stated by Manish Sisodia (Chief minister of Delhi) that in the capital city of the country, Delhi all the primary schools will remain shut till March 31st, 2020. He tweeted that the schools should be immediately closed to prevent children from coronavirus, recorded by the Economic Times.
Why only classroom study?
Is it because of coronavirus, technology should be implemented in schools or the students should get a proper resource for study every time? No, students should not be deprived of education no matter what. The answer to this question is, â€śstudents should be provided with quality education despite the situations and circumstances happening around themâ€ť.
However, to nurture the students besides the classroom-based study, an innovative step has been taken by led by Mr. Praveen Tyagi and his team of 400+ IITians and doctors and has developed an e-learning app, STEPapp.
Young minds have a powerful brain, they are in an age where we can make it fertile. So, why not to provide the digital learning strategies to them. Smart, talented minds are the national assets of the country is what STEPapp believes. Thus, it is providing the scholarship program, STEPapp Scholarships for the students going to the classes 6th to 12th to test their knowledge and skills. It aims in empowering children with proficiency in their academics and allowing them to win over the effects of coronavirus.
Let education swing high with technology
There are many startups in India that are bringing an ed-tech revolution in the country. So, as discussed above, STEPapp is such an EdTech app that is developed using a gamified format to provide education to the children. The gamified approach engages the student to study more and better and also allows them to enhance their performance at the school level. This educational application provides conceptual clarity for the core subjects of math and science that a student can memorize the subjects in depth.
A vision that satisfies the needs of education of every child and is affordable is something that Mr Tyagi thinks of. STEPapp is an initial project and a way students can learn effectively whether they are not going to the school due to the coronavirus infection. They can register, participate and win scholarships from a total pool of â‚¹50 crores. Come, letâ€™s study with STEPapp in a simple and effective manner and avoid coronavirus, enrol now, registrations are open!
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Article Added on Saturday, March 14, 2020
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