LEKHI, 16 Jun: In a bid to create awareness on maintaining good mental and physical health among educators and students during the teaching-learning process through the online mode, the Psychosocial Support Group – Arunachal Pradesh (PSG-AP) conducted an interactive session with the teachers of Lekhi Public School here on Wednesday on the topic ‘Challenges in online mode of learning and way forward’.
“Various challenges faced by the teachers and students vis-à-vis the new mode of teaching and adjusting to the new normal were discussed in the session. It included finding appropriate methods to practice on increasing engagement rate of students in online platforms and finding creative ways in keeping teachers and students motivated,” the group informed in a release.
An activity-based session was also held on ‘health and wellbeing and emotion management’.
Fifteen teachers of Lekhi Public School attended the programme. The principal of the school, Nabam Tatum Hina lauded the PSG-AP and said the session was a very productive one.
PSG member Leeyir Ete said that “it was a voluntary outreach programme initiated by the group in order to help teachers and students cope with the stress related to sudden transition to synchronized online learning.”