Shift to online education in india

Navigating the Transition: Tips for Adapting to the Immediate Shift to Online Education

The ‘COVID-19’ outbreak came with numerous challenges for the human race. In 2020 we witnessed a massive nationwide lockdown, our student population got deprived of the regular face-to-face classes completely.

So we all had to hastily shift to online education 

And remote learning replaced the entire teaching and learning process.

The global pandemic was not an issue with a short-span impact. And our schools had to embrace digital schooling methods. This was not easy, as many Indian schools never had upgraded online portals, trained teachers, and sufficient virtual aid material to conduct effective virtual classes. So they took time in preparing for these prerequisites. 

Still, the end-results made the situations worse for teachers, parents. And we all know the technical glitches and student engagement problems that we faced in this duration. 

Thankfully in 2021, our mainstream education system offers a respite from faulty online learning methods 

With the help of a structured online school

Over the years, we always looked for answers to questions like ‘what is rote learning?’ and how to improve the quality of education imparted in Indian schools. But with all these unresolved issues, and then a bigger challenge came our way. 

As we strived hard during the pandemic, virtual schooling silently addressed several issues within our mainstream education system. Unfortunately, the pandemic time did not allow us to introspect much about these solutions, but now as things improved, we could see the opportunities within this medium. 

Yes! It is a silver lining to the pandemic that, now students can opt for 100% digital schooling and avail quality education within their home settings.

This is a big step forward when compared to the forced shift to online education.


K8school, India’s first recognized online school, is all set to deliver the best online learning experience at the doorstep of avid learners

So, now it is easy to develop critical thinking skills through world-class schooling in India!

Our virtual resources, effective teaching pedagogies, and overall delivery of online education are highly student-centric. We have connected with the world’s best academicians to create a curriculum that can help Indian students to become global learners.  

So now instead of asking questions like what is scientific attitude?

Let’s get to the ground level and develop the same in our students!

Because to keep up with the pace of the changing landscape, our students should also be global learners

Divergent thinking, scientific temperament, and critical thinking skills are some of the requirements in the 21st-century. And thankfully, with this new-normal, all these skills can be inculcated in our students easily!

It’s now the time to learn from the pandemic, and address issues within our system

The pandemic has taught us the value of our preparedness for the unexpected. Yes! We can pre-empt challenges that can save us from the hazards such as ineffective pandemic learning. 

So, now it is evident that an online school is not a temporary solution for the sake of security, but a new offering of the education industry. Because, in India, we are still in the shackles of poor quality education. So we need the support of an alternative to raise the bar of our education system. 

K8school invites you to witness the promises of digital schooling in India

This is a great opportunity to move on from the struggles of a forced shift to remote learning phase. 


We are ready with our customized digital schooling platform for your loved one. 

Enroll your child to K8 School and avail the blessing of the most powerful digital education medium, without any hassles of traveling and hidden charges. 

Want to know more about this new trend of Indian homeschooling!

Book a free virtual tour with us now!

3 thoughts on “Navigating the Transition: Tips for Adapting to the Immediate Shift to Online Education”

  1. Karan Garg

    Hi, can you explain what is there in the virtual tour of your school? Is it the same as the demo class?

  2. Samridhi

    I have always found online classes quite fragmented and ill-structured but you have changed my viewpoint and after enrolling my son in your school, this shift to online education has proved to be fruitful

  3. Annie

    I am not really tech-savvy but want to enrol my daughter in grade 1 in your school because I don’t want her to lag behind. Will you guys cooperate?

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