With the announcement of lockdown on 23rd of March 2020, The students and teachers had to find an innovative way of communicating and learning through remote learning so to provide those services, they began navigating through software like Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, and other online conference software. They gained popularity and familiarity over a recent couple of months to make learning more accessible and as creative as possible.It gave them more freedom and flexibility for breaks and a slower pace in learning to match their abilities and provide them with better explanations from pre-recorded videos or presentations within the sessions which helped them to figure out to solve problems and issues independently or something they didn’t fully understand within the online class. It also gave them enough time to enjoy or relax either by themselves, with their families, or members of the household and became more involved with them.
Both the students and teachers got the chance to destress and take care of their own personal well-being to some extent. In their free time, they utilised their time in other resources like learning a new skill, joining, or applying for new courses, reading and gathering knowledge from books, magazines, radio shows, podcasts, or any other types of technologies, and investing their skills for newer projects. They received the motivation they needed to pursue other creative aspects as well as grow their experience in learning.