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Humans Of Edtech: Learning In The Times Of Coronavirus

Humans Of Edtech: Learning In The Times Of Coronavirus

From China to Pune to Pulwama, edtech is bringing down learning hurdles even in tough conditions

Through jugaad and passion, Indian innovators are solving critical problems for underprivileged communities

As the internet democratises learning, edtech is going beyond fancy tablets and digital classrooms and to the streets

As the saying goes, not all heroes wear capes.

Ordinary everyday stories are often just as inspiring as multibillion-dollar action movies wrapped up a tribute to those who make a difference. Even when it comes to edtech, there are heroes who move among us, shying away from the limelight as much as possible, while quietly changing the world in their own ways. While the stories of most such heroes go unheard and unnoticed, we wanted to shine a light on these humans that are making the best use of whatever technology is available to them to spread the joy of learning and teaching.

Any look at the edtech sector would be incomplete without tipping our hats to these humans of edtech.

Yes, it’s a break from the rise of edtech startups or from the existential questions of what technology means in the context of education, and whether edtech is indeed as revolutionary as it claims. These amazing stories come from around the world, as learning truly has no barrier in today’s day and age.