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Pandemics are not an uncommon scenario throughout history. From Black death in the 1300s to influenza H1N1 in 2009, the world population has faced many severe virus pandemics that took thousands, even millions of lives.

At present, the world is in panic again as the signs of next sinister pandemic has emerged from Wuhan China. Although the Coronavirus has been reported only from a few countries since the recent outbreak, the virus has shown its potential of developing into a deadly worldwide pandemic. This has caused panic and worry among people to continue with their normal lives.

Under any pandemic crisis can be scary for locals to be in a crowd, even to take public transportation. This not just affect the day to day lives of the locals but the whole economy too. With a shortage of workforce due to the rising pandemic deaths and people being fearful of leaving their houses due to the risk of getting infected, business processes can get disrupted significantly. 

Personalised education is the next level in modern schooling. With this, students receive an education personalised to the individual student. Here the educational environment and the curriculum are customised for each student's needs and abilities. However, in personalised learning, each student is expected to achieve a set end goal at the end of the year.

Personalised learning initiative has caught popularity in the educational sector like wildfire due to the benefits it delivers to the students. In this article, we discuss how it creates compelling learning opportunities for students. 

If you heard of a teacher who let their students grade their assessment 20 years ago, you would brush it off, thinking it’s a joke. From the beginning of the formal education field, it was believed that assessments and grading are the responsibilities of teachers and only them.

However, in the past few years, self- grading and self-assessment theories are two topics, educators have taken seriously. Self- grading and self- assessment in education have become popular topics. And many teachers around the world do not hesitate to try out regardless of how much of the controversial concepts they are when considering the typical teaching methods.  

Behaviour management is hard in the classroom. And this gets even harder when it is a special education classroom. 

You may deal with kids with autism, speech and language disabilities, emotional disturbances, other health impaired like ADHD in your class. And managing their behaviour may feel like the most significant challenge in the class, no matter how long your experience as a special ed teacher or how well you connect with the kids.

In this article, we are looking at ways to provide you with the most effective classroom management strategies for students with learning disabilities in a special education classroom.

Social Media has become one of the major platforms in the world, which is accessed daily by people belonging to all the age groups. Based on recent research, these platforms have found out that most of the people who access social media are the youth. With the advancement of technology, accessing social media is at the fingertip of everyone, so most of the school children enjoy spending time on the renowned social media platforms.