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The advancement in educational sector for girls & women become rapid from 19th century with rise in common school movement and higher education opportunities. By 20th century, women constituted major part of the education sector by engaging as teachers, learners and leaders in formal and informal education settings. However, what remained unchanged was the lack of torchbearer. But Dr. Rosetta Williams, CEO, Dalmia Vidya Mandir (DVM) is one such versatile educationist and strategic leader who has been breaking new grounds in the education system of the country with her continuous learning & innovative spirit. In her career
spanning 30 years, Dr. Rosetta had not only managed and led various renowned educational institutes & new academic ventures, but also formed education policies and altered management across multiple locations in India and abroad. Prior to joining DVM, she has worked with educational institutes like Edexcel London, and American School. She has also served as the Founder Principal for seven Delhi Public Schools for 22 years, and is a highly acclaimed academician of Delhi Public School Society. Later, moved-on to become the Regional Director of Zee Learn, and then the Director of Presidium Schools. CEO Insights interviews Dr. Rosetta to know more about her journey along and current role & responsibilities at Dalmia Bharat Cement’s educational vertical panindia.

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 This is how digital education is fixing education system in India

There are different ways to do this, but these methods will let you know that how digital education is fixing education system in India……
This is how digital education is fixing education system in India?
Technology keeps on advancing and it is becoming very essential in our lives. People make use of it every day to improve on the way they accomplish specific tasks, and this is making them look smarter. It is being used in various sectors for example, the way we use technology in classrooms to improve the learning methods of students and to make the teachers job easier.
Today's learners now enjoy easier, more efficient access to information; opportunities for extended and mobile learning; the ability to give and receive immediate feedback; and greater motivation to learn and engage.

 Digital education making way into education system

Gone are the days when classroom training was restricted to textbook learning, teachers using the blackboard to students writing notes in copies. Its more chalk and talk in most schools. Digital education is making its way into the education system of India and is taking the place of the traditional classroom training.

 Distance education beyond boundaries

Technology has made it possible for students who fall off the traditional path to jump back on and finish what they spent most of their childhood working towards. This may be in the form of taking remote classes from home, remedial classes in on-campus computer labs or even by enrolling in full-time online schools, public or private.

 Flexible learning environment

A student who needs extra help on a particular topic need not hold up the entire class, or feel embarrassed asking for that help, when there are computer modules and tablet apps available for individual learning.
Teachers who spot a trouble area with a particular student can gear that teen towards more exercises to master the topic. Of course, technology is not the magic wand to fix all problems, but it does allow for more flexibility of the learning process.
Many schools now come with a TV or a projector attached to their whiteboard where it is easy to shift from a normal classroom session to an interactive digital session. This can make students pay more attention as we are now in the digital era where Google is our go-to place.

 Field trips turned to Online Webinars

If a school does not have the resources to send students on field trips, they can opt for web seminars related to their course work. Conducting online seminars and webinars, enabling all students to engage in commenting and participating in questionnaires can help them stay alert. It is very vital that students engage in seminars and the lectures involve two-way communication.
NASA is known to offer a program for students wherein they can talk to astronauts in space using such web seminars. This hybrid, collaborative online learning experience is broadly changing the aspects of education in India.

 Usage of VR and AR for learning

virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are already buzzwords in the technology space. Their advent in e-learning has massively impacted the efficiency with which it is offered to students and the way it assesses their performance.VR allows students using e-learning platforms on mobile devices to directly interact with study material. This keeps their engagement levels high and motivates them.

 Globalized learning, maximized exposure

With the internet, it has become possible for students to communicate with students from other parts of the world. This makes it really easy to learn foreign languages and expand the exposure of young minds. Video conferencing is a boon to students who want to communicate or meet with their global counterparts.
Today, India is one of the world's top destinations for education. Where the pedagogy is all about the smartboards where teachers can drag and drop shapes, bring in online calculators on the board, measure with AR tools and voice out the text they want to see on the board.It is time to collaborate teaching methodology with technology and make education and classroom sessions livelier and more interesting!

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