Design and Development of interactive E-Learning framework for Special need students
Keywords:Education Technology, Special need education, Online learning during COVID-19 pandemic, Interactive E-Learning
Education is an ability that every person should have. Traditional classroom instruction or online instruction are also viable alternatives. Education has the power to change a person's life by enhancing their abilities, attitudes, personalities, and awareness. Due to the global pandemic, schooling for children is extremely challenging and critical in today's world (COVID-19). For the student, the educational approach has changed to include online learning. Since education is the basis for one's future, everyone deserves a fair chance to learn. Normal students are being taught online due to the global pandemic, but students with special needs aren't getting enough benefits due to a lack of technical innovation in educating the children with special needs. Many organizations lack a special framework for special education dependent on various forms of disabilities. As a result, there is no structure or curriculum in place for children with special needs to research using an interactive e-learning platform, particularly one that is available online. The research will produce studies and results that support the creation of an interactive e-learning platform designed specifically for students with special needs to study in any situation. A survey was conducted, and more than 75 people responded positively to the research. As a result, the researchers have made several suggestions for better e-learning. Finally, the authors have made some suggestions for better e-learning options in education technology that could be tailored especially for these students with special needs.
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