Last Updated on June 20, 2022 by Mostafa
PraxiLabs organized a new webinar, which the company presents on a monthly basis during the second Wednesday of every month. The webinar for May came under the title “Will Education Go Back to the Way It Was, Or Is It Forever Changed?“Create a FREE Virtual Labs Account Now!
A panel discussion was organized last Wednesday, 19th May, in which we discussed with our experts the most important changes that happened over the last year as the coronavirus has forced universities and schools to change the way they educate students and which of them they think will stick around even after the pandemic and will be integrated into the education system permanently.
During the webinar, Dr. Khadija El-Bedweihy, PraxiLabs Founder & CEO, asked the expert panelists about their opinion on the effects of these changes on educators, their ability to cope and adapt, and their readiness to provide students with a quality learning experience, as opposed to just putting everything they did in class into Zoom. They also indicated that many teachers were satisfied with the learning outcomes and how this positively affected the students and also personally in terms of their acceptance of this experience.
At the end of the webinar, inquiries were opened to the attendees and the experts answered all the inquiries made to them, and the webinar ended amid a state of happiness and praise from its followers.
It is worth noting that PraxiLabs will present, starting from this webinar, certificates to attend for each event that will be held on a monthly basis, in order to ensure the responsibility of the institution towards society by enriching knowledge and making it a carrier of the acquired knowledge and experience.
It is also worth noting that, during the pandemic, PraxiLabs launched an initiative to support university professors and students by providing free virtual labs for 22 of the most important biology, chemistry, and physics experiments for nearly 4 continuous months, the initiative has received positive reactions from many universities around the world.
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