From the Paper Textbook to the Online Screen: A Smart Strategy to Survive as an Online Learner

Khalid Berrada, Hana Ait Si Ahmad, Sofia Margoum, Khadija EL Kharki, Said Machwate, Rachid Bendaoud, Daniel Burgos

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© 2021, The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the effort by most educational institutions (EI) over the world was necessary to ensure the pedagogical continuity during school closures so that schools could fulfill their role. In this chapter, we will describe how EI have switched in record time from traditional teaching using textbooks and face-to-face learning to one-way teaching that in most cases is based on the online screen. We will discuss the situation of distance learning and how stakeholders have prepared to face this pandemic. We will also highlight some challenges of the digital transformation in education during the past decade. An overview of the situation of the disruptive school will be presented, focusing on the main impacts on our society. Then, a brief description of the requirements for remote education in the crisis period will be presented, and adopted solutions will be discussed knowing that most of them were based on the use of online screen solutions. Finally, lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic will help all stakeholders to start thinking and designing the future of education.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2021

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