Implementing digital and online learning has changed the face of pedagogical considerations in the COVID-19 era. Earth is overcoming everyday challenges and successfully integrating problem-solving strategies into educational institutions. In Pakistan, online learning and teaching mode have rebuilt the institutions’ infrastructure, and it was a big challenge for remote learners. It is necessary to modify the longstanding education with tools of practical digital application and new trends in pedagogies. This quantitative study aims to explore the challenges of teachers and learners in a completely online mode of education. It seeks to reveal the stress level of learners and to adopt the technology appliances. Data were collected using two survey questionnaires from the learners and the educators. The survey data were analyzed using descriptive techniques (means, frequency and percentage). The study found that the enhancement of languages and the use of technological alliances enlightened the satisfaction level. Thus, this global innovation of technology will lead to learning as an alternative pedagogy in post-COVID-19 education institutions.

Authors: Shaista Anjum, Nasir Mahmood

Published in: Canada International Conference on Education, 2023

  • Date of Conference: 26-28 June, 2023
  • DOI: 10.20533/CICE.2023.0009
  • Electronic ISBN: 978-1-913572-58-7
  • Conference Location: Residence and Conference Centre, Toronto, Canada