Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Teaching and Learning


Harikumar Pallathadka; Laxmi Kirana Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 4162-4168

There are many discussions and debates on the flipped classroom concepts in
the contemporary teaching approaches. Flipped classrooms are student-centered, short
tutorials and a few similar techniques that are spent for saving time. It gives massive scope
for active learning through other event participation and prioritizes the learners' interest. It
provides an enormous range for interactions among students, like the face-to-face discussion
between the students and student teachers interventions. It also initiates the pre-prepared
videos by the teachers and also by the experts in the content, keeping in mind the satisfaction
of the learner. Naturally, the teachers face initial problems in preparing the content and using
technology. The present paper discusses the pros and cons of the flipped classroom approach
and its need of the hour. It also pays attention to throw light on the challenges and prospects
while introducing it in the classroom. However, this study hopes to enhance the learner’s
involvement in the classroom activities.


L.Sai Charan; Dr.Keerthi Sasanka; Dr. V. Vishnu Priya

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 764-771

Online tools refers to any program, app, or technology that can be used via an internet connection and and hence teachers ability to present information. The paper examines the usefulness of the internet as a tool for interactive learning, teaching and research. It further exhibits the level of satisfaction of students and their perception towards online tools and online classes. Survey research method was employed. Questionnaire was the main instrument utilised for data collection. The findings of the study shows that most of the students are pretty much satisfied with present online tools, but still there is a need for a bit of improvement. The aim of this study was about enhancing the quality of learning and teaching. Meet the learning style or needs of students, improve user accessibility and time flexibility to engage learners in the online learning process.A study was carried out by using multiple-choice structured questionnaire among 114 students, the questionnaire was prepared in such a way that we can assess the attitude, their perception and awareness towards online tools and online classes. The data was collected and statistically analysed. Results showed that within the limitations of the study, most of the students are pretty much satisfied with the present online tools and online classes but still definitely there is a need of improvement of online classes and the interaction between students and the teacher .Our findings of the study proved that majority of the students are satisfied with the present online tools for teaching and learning, but they’re expecting improvisation in future