Vol. 13 No. 4 (2023): Vol 13, Iss 4, Year 2023

New normal for online education with perspectives of educators of higher education of Surat city, Gujarat

Priya Adwani
Department of English, SDJ International College, Vesu, Surat, India.
Divyesh R. Solanki
Department of Statistics, V. S. Patel College Of Arts & Science, India.
Published December 31, 2023
  • Online Education; Teaching Methodologies; Personalised Learning; Technical limitations; Blended Learning.
How to Cite
Priya Adwani, & Divyesh R. Solanki. (2023). New normal for online education with perspectives of educators of higher education of Surat city, Gujarat. Journal of Management and Science, 13(4), 35 - 40. https://doi.org/10.26524/jms.13.41


The COVID-19 pandemic has propelled an unprecedented shift inside the landscape of schooling, necessitating a transition to on line learning. This observe delves into the perspectives of better education educators in Surat, Gujarat, exploring their variation to the "new everyday" in on-line schooling. Amidst technological dependencies and the pedagogical overhaul delivered about by means of digital lecture rooms, educators encountered challenges that examined their resilience and brought about a reevaluation of teaching methodologies. Through a complete review of current literature, this paper examines the viewpoints of educators and students regarding the efficacy of on line education, emphasizing the effect of technological infrastructure on teaching and studying reports. Employing statistical analysis, the study scrutinizes the function of management support and to be had technological amenities in facilitating educators' transition to on-line teaching. Findings reveal various degrees of support and aid availability, underscoring disparities in preparedness among educators. Factor analysis identifies key determinants affecting educators' consolation in online teaching, highlighting elements consisting of pride with on-line pedagogy and the emphasis on virtual proficiency in schooling. Furthermore, the look at addresses the multifaceted nature of on-line schooling, delineating its benefits in phrases of flexibility, accessibility, and personalized studying whilst acknowledging challenges encompassing technical boundaries, self-motivation, and confined social interactions. Anticipating the destiny trajectory of virtual skill ability in schooling, the paper envisions an integration of revolutionary teaching methods, personalized mastering experiences, and a paradigm shift towards blended studying method


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