Rohit Jain, Founder, uFaber

Rohit Jain is an education and technology professional turned entrepreneur who has changed the face of the world through the advancement of the Ed-Tech system. Education technology has been a major area of interest from the beginning of his career and turning into an entrepreneur with a passion for teaching has changed the face of the world through the advancement of the Ed-Tech system. He founded uFaber in 2015 to provide hyper-personalized training programs for students from the age of 9. Its mission is to create a utopian education ecosystem, by breaking rigid walls of timetable and classroom, placing the student in the center of it all, powered by an engine called “passionate teachers”. uFaber is eyeing to become the next Edtech unicorn (US$ 1 Billion valuations) within the next 4 years. Rohit Jain’s specialization consists in Education technology, e-commerce, startup, franchise sales, marketing, product development, team building and many more.

 

 

It’s no secret that the Coronavirus Pandemic had a significant impact on our educational system. Long lessons and participation in co-curricular activities appear to be a thing of the past. Those days were fun, weren’t they? But as Corona has hit the land, we have tried a not-so-new trend of Home-schooling K12.

But most of the time, Home-schooling for a parent can be tough! Some days it’s incredibly efficient whereas on some days you’ll feel it’s a hard crack.

In recent years, our country’s educational system has undergone significant changes, blending traditional learning with modern techniques. During the coronavirus outbreak, home-schooling / e-learning is one of the most recent systems to be installed.

What is Home-schooling?

Home-schooling entails the child completing its kindergarten to 10+2 education and learning at home rather than going to a traditional classroom environment, particularly after the COVID-19 Pandemic.

We can also say that Home-schooling is a kind of e-learning. While several countries have always been friendly to home-schooling, in India, it still has a long way to go. However, in the last two years, we have initiated on the path and are growing.

Instructors and students interact face-to-face via an online medium in home-schooling, which allows students to learn sitting at home.

In India, home-schooling is still a choice where parents decide to educate their children through an online medium known as “e-Learning”. Where teachers and mentors teach students the same course taught in public or private schools. However, home-schooling focuses on your child’s specific abilities and helps them to dive into the areas of their interest and design a specific learning need.

Benefits of Home-schooling

During the unprecedented curtailment of the COVID-19 pandemic, the benefits of home-schooling are even more evident. With many children having to learn outside the classroom in order to curb the spread of the virus, many parents/guardians are wondering why they shouldn’t take this good initial step for their child’s ensuing years.

There are numerous boons to home-schooling. Home-school students are not bound to follow the strict and mundane schedule as many online schools offer flexible time slots to students.

Every student has a unique skill or ability, and home-schooling focuses on the fundamental notion of nurturing and enhancing that potential. As a result, the learning is accommodated appropriately.

With their child studying at home, parents can keep an eye on what they are learning. They can even discuss the concepts with their kids afterward and solve their doubts.

Learning at home assists the child in overcoming peer pressure. He/she can ask questions and answer without hesitating. This type of e-learning commits to the healthy social, emotional, and psychological development of a child.

It also builds a strong relationship and psychological understanding between the parents and their kids.

For some challenged children, it is a better place where no one would bully, threaten or harass them.

Home-schooling will make the learning innovative and interesting.

Physical classrooms consist of a diversified mix of children which makes it a struggle for introverts and slow learners.  In home-schools, these students study and learn from a place where they feel more comfortable.

Government initiative regarding Home-school

In the past few years, the government has made home-schooling lawful in several jurisdictions. Home-schooling is also a privilege for every kid under the “Right to Education” Act.  Due to pandemics, it is the best alternative to educate students which the government has seen as a boon.

Home-schooling in India

Several EdTech platforms sprouting in India are customizing their system with a variety of materials and methods as per international standards and learning styles.

Home-schooling gives the student a comfortable environment to gain knowledge. They build a schedule and style it in a way that the student is able to grasp the concept easily and effortlessly.

Many home schoolers follow formal education methods like CBSE, NIOS IGCSE.

There is a different curriculum set for the age range of 5 to 12, 13 to 15. The main purpose of home schoolers is to give a standard level of education to children.

Over the last few years, India has experienced fast growth in the education system.

Around 15000 Indian families have decided to home-school their kids for their holistic development.

The Bottom line:

Through the best platforms, you can choose the finest homeschools for your child on which students can receive a high-quality education, experiencing less stress learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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