Impact of online classes on the emotional quotient of teachers and students: A study on Government Degree College, Kukatpally
N Suresh, Geetha Nayak Vislavath
Covid 19 has flung a strange and difficult situation in front of education sector that took the aide of online classes to meet the academic requirements of students amid the lock down and post lock down periods It in turn has shown many repercussions on teaching and learning metrics among which, the emotional quotient of teachers and students in class room is chiefly influenced due to the absence of tangible interface. The hindsight developed with teaching experience makes it obvious that emotional bondage incarnated between the teachers and students in the class room forms a prop for understanding and assessing the students, unfortunately this bolstering is lost due to the termination of offline classes for two academic years. There are many facets of teaching and learning process of higher education institutions having a direct linkage with the emotional quotient which needs to be understood to proffer endorsements whether online classes are better fostered only during the rarest circumstances like Covid pandemic, or, they can be streamlined. It is the reason why a paper titled “Impact of Online Classes on the Emotional Quotient of Teachers and Students is proposed as a case study of Government Degree College, Kukatpally which represents a highly heterogeneous mix of students whose perceptions can be generalized to a larger extent.
N Suresh, Geetha Nayak Vislavath. Impact of online classes on the emotional quotient of teachers and students: A study on Government Degree College, Kukatpally. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research, Volume 8, Issue 3, 2022, Pages 16-19