Ever since coronavirus has turned the entire world upside down, it has become an entirely different place with entirely different demands. Where once people used to walk freely, now they are too scared to even step out of their houses just because the fear and panic still lurk in the air like a ghost waiting for its prey. Although a few sectors have reopened their firms to resume their long-suspended work, there are still many on the list that is too cautious to even reciprocate in that direction.
Because of no human interaction, this epidemic introduced us to many social platforms, which helped us survive this difficult time period and at least get some of the work done, if not in person, then virtually, to say the least. Among many, Zoom successfully made the top list and helped people meet their friends, family, and co-workers over video calls, but the one particular sector that was severely affected by the pandemic is none other than education itself.
Apart from the acquisition of knowledge, this part of any student life holds great importance because this is the part where children get to choose their friends and build communication among their classmates. Unfortunately, this year, students will have to make extra efforts to make friends over the internet. To understand this process easily, view the infographic below and learn how you can teach your kids to find their friends or perhaps best friends over just a 40 min video call.
Infographic by: Greatbusinessschools.org