The Effects of Educational Applications on the Development of Information in Secondary Schools During A Pandemic
Keywords:Educational Applications, Teacher and Student Awareness Creation, Imagination
Using instructional apps is one of the responses educators and schools have made in response to the Covid-19 pandemic's circumstances, with the aim of continuing the learning phase even though there is no face-to-face instruction at school. As instructional apps such as google classes, zoom meetings, and others are used, they have a huge effect on students' abilities and skills growth, such as slowing the rate of progress in students' comprehension of information. This is motivated by the fact that teachers and students engage infrequently throughout the teaching and learning period. Numerous student topics need face-to-face time in classes such as athletic activity, lab, and art practice. Certain aspects of these activities are hindered by the absence of direct practice in schools as a result of pandemic conditions that force teachers and students to remain at home and ensure a safe distance. Apart from that, utilizing learning apps enables students to begin accepting topics from their inner instructor, requiring both students and instructors to be more innovative with their teaching and learning processes.
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