International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 7, Special Issue 6, Part A (2021)
Social workers' perspectives on children's education during the Covid19 pandemic: A lesson for India’s pandemic second-waves
Face-to-face school educational interaction has been cut off across countries due to the Corona Virus outbreak. Faced with such a confluence of circumstances, social workers go to the front lines to provide support and digital guidance to everyone, especially those who are truly at risk of pandemic consequences. Internet-based education has become an academic process that involves studying virtually. Because of the Covid19 pandemic, information and communication technology (ICT) played an important role in the academic platform, though debates continue about whether it is reasonable for children to be associated with high levels of it, as well as a quest to increase how much it is equally accessible and available for all and what to do to reach education to all. This descriptive research describes professional social workers' perspectives and support in integrating student-families-teachers in order to reduce teaching-learning inequalities in the Covid19 catastrophe. This study outlines the viewpoints of social workers working with children, families, and teachers during the Corona Virus outbreak in the context of educational settings in India. The social workers' tasks/strategies ensured that children, as well as their families and teachers, had a chance to connect, and they facilitated dialogue about how to better strengthen to serve children's education during the Covid19 crisis by promoting multi-professional interaction and various tools.
How to cite this article:
Rajdeep Dutta, Bhabani Rani Das. Social workers' perspectives on children's education during the Covid19 pandemic: A lesson for India’s pandemic second-waves. Int J Appl Res 2021;7(6S):21-24. DOI: 10.22271/allresearch.2021.v7.i6Sa.8605