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Journal Title
IMPACT OF DIGITAL PEDAGOGY ON THE PSYCHOLOGICAL WELLBEING OF STUDENTS DURING GLOBAL PANDEMICS: A NARRATIVE REVIEW
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The migration of the teaching learning process to online mode during the pandemic has posed a plethora of difficulties and challenges for the young students across the world. It highlights the difficulties faced by students and the stress on the education system during times of medical health emergencies and lockdown situations in the past. Objective: To undertake a narrative review of studies assessing the impact of the lockdown crisis on the student wellbeing and education. Methods: Keyword searches of PubMed and Google Scholar databases led to the identification of 25 studies for the present review. Results: Studies (n = 25) exploring the students’ experience of lockdown and the impact of pandemic situations on their education were identified. Analysis of the results of these studies revealed the following main themes: Impact on students’ mental health, causes of deteriorated mental health of students: multiple heterogeneous stressors, socio-economic divide in education, gendered impact of epidemics and impact on the educational system: challenges of e- learning. Conclusion: Lockdown situations not only disrupt the normal study routine of students and causes a slowdown in their learning curve; it also creates a significant mental burden causing adverse impacts on their mental health. The lack of appropriate technological devices and the lack of sufficient internet bandwidth has deepened the educational divide. Remote education systems have proven inadequate in replicating the chalk and talk methodologies of teachers. Future directions are discussed.
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Ms. kritika chaudhary
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