Learning Loss and Learning Gaps and its impacts in the academic achievements through online examination of students in getting quality education at tertiary level
Corona Virus, lockdown, learning gap, learning loss, online teaching, online examination, impact, quality education
Corona virus causes enormous amount of defects and damages to the human begins. It is contagious disease that threatening the globe and tilts the human lives. All over the world, the students facing more problems, grievances and challenges in getting quality and continuing education at all the levels. Complete lockdown creates a learning loss and learning gaps among the students. Parents also facing more issues and there is an occurrences of economic crunches and most of the people lost their parents, children’s, siblings and relations due to the infections caused by the corona virus. To safe guard the student community central and state government declared lock downs based on the severity level of spreading and causing of deaths. To overcome such type of critical situation, according to the proper advice and suggestions received from the World Health Organization, the central, state governments and statutory bodies like, MHRD,UGC, NCTE, NCERT,SCERT, AICTE etc., start offering classes for the students through online mode right from Primary level to tertiary level. To compensate the learning loss and learning gap teachers, teacher educators, mentors, research supervisors, Head of the Institutions come forward and rendering their teaching services to fulfilling the learning gaps for the students. Simultaneous there is a need for evaluation, for that the Government plan to conduct the online examination which is called as open examination system. Students’ writing their examination from their home, there comes the problem in academic achievements to get quality education. This paper focused on the learning gaps, learning losses through online teaching, learning & examination and its impacts in the academic achievements in getting the quality education particularly at tertiary level. The investigator adopted the survey method for collecting the data and simple random sampling techniques was adopted and the samples are around 150 from Arts, Science, Mathematics streams in B.Ed. Colleges located in Madurai District. The researcher adopted certain statistical techniques to analyze the data such as mean, mean percentage, Standard Deviation, and “t” test to check the significant differences based on the var
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Unique Paper ID: 154825

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 12

Page(s): 479 - 483
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