Perception vs Facts | Does it matter for teaching and learning in HEIs?

Perception plays a vital role in determining our life-satisfaction and the way we tend to live in real time. Our decisions are strongly influenced by our perception irrespective of the facts of life. Does this also happen in teaching and learning in higher educational institutions (HEI)? The evidences tend to suggest that perception of teaching by faculty do influence their teaching style and decision on pedagogy, while the perception of learning by students tend to affect the learning outcomes. Read more to know how and why…

Stockholm Syndrome in ‘forced’ online learning during COVID-19 | The hate and love story of HEIs

COVID-19 pandemic forced teaching and learning to go online in a big way. Teachers and students both embarked upon a journey into several unchartered territories of online world. It all started with difficulties and subtle sense of negation. Then started the phase of explorations, experimentations and adaptation. Finally, as it got extended further, there started a third phase wherein both teachers and students admitted their love for online teaching and learning. This empirical story of exploration through the three phases of negation, adaptation and falling in love with the online teaching and learning reveals perfect demonstration of ‘Stockholm Syndrome’.