Teacher Ensures Access To Virtual Learning In Maharashtra Village

Sonali Nautiyal | January 10th, 2021 . 12:53 am




Pentu Maisanwad, a teacher at a government-run school in Dahifal Bhogane, has overcome all odds to pivot to an online model of learning during the pandemic.  When the pandemic-induced lockdown was announced in March, 2020, online education became a need of the hour, forcing schools and teachers to adopt different technologies to reach out to students.

Classes of various subjects are conducted through applications such as Google Meet and WhatsApp, Mr Maisanwad said. With the help of his colleague S U Gaikwad, Mr Maisanwad also organises “nukud” classes and teaches children on the premises of a temple in the village.

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