Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Online Learning and Parent Satisfaction during COVID
Munish Sharma and Vikas Garg
The Coronavirus pandemic has mostly affected all the operations that demanded physical presence. In the process of encouraging social distancing, the education sector has also undergone huge transformation by shifting online. Parents are the basic building blocks of a child’s life and future, therefore understanding a parent's degree of happiness is essential. The study tries to comprehend how satisfied parents are with the online courses provided by schools to their children during the corona pandemic lockdown in India. It was discovered that parents whose children attend upper and upper secondary schools were happier than those whose children attend elementary classes.
Introduction, Teaching effectiveness and limitations, Factors affecting the online instruction, Technology's benefits, Negative Impact of Technology, Some suggestions
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