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Taliban To Mandate Online Classes For Girls: Bans Education For Women And girls

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In the wake of Taliban restrictions, Afghan women resort to online education. Switching from the usual learning styles to technology-based instruction will certainly encounter many problems. The problem connected to internet problems is that so many Afghan women cannot utilize the online learning facility. Lacking of technology and internet interaction intensifies educational injustice. Online platforms emerge as the basic infrastructure for education for women in Afghanistan who is seeking for it. 

Challenges of Online Education 

Unstable internet supply still stands as the major spoiler in providing Afghan women with equal involvement. A deficiency of computers exacerbates the challenges of computer-mediated learning. The absence of certifying options renews boys’ effort while girls pursuing online education. The online environment is not the same as the conventional school, and even though the former possesses much value it can’t completely substitute the latter. Educational gaps still exist, especially in the case of poor girls who hardly have any resources in the scantly populated areas which are far away. 

Impact on Motivation and Mental Health 

If not treated properly, cyberbullying can take a toll on teenagers’ motivation and mental health. Shortage of accreditation and tomorrow’s prospects deprives women learners of the purpose and sense of direction. Sorrow and boredom may grow in the mind of a student, who however long the time of distance education has already worked. It may be difficult for you to correspond with others face to face and work in groups, which worsens your feeling of loneliness. In spite of the existence of some challenges, online learning stands a great opportunity for Afghan women to embark on a journey of education. 

Maintaining Enthusiasm amidst Adversity 

The shifting to the blended learning mode most of time takes the learners’ attention and effort. The emotional burden of Afghan women who have been cut off from the typical social networks and living in uncertainty can be seen as a major pitfall. Among the merits of online learning, there are missing that interactive and immersive element of in school. The more significant part is not present in online education and this is that immersive and interactive part. It is not easy to assets to educators as well as students to address the inadequacies and challenges of physical-based learning environments. Maintaining the moral to utilize the online platform in the context of Taliban governance remains contested issue everywhere in the country. 

Cultural and Social Considerations

Social interaction amongst students, and peer relatedness are key aspects of traditional learning methods. On-line course delivery, although it is a relevant type of distance learning, is unlikely to mirror all the opinions and cultural interactions of face-to-face class rooms. Women in Afghanistan grumble of culture they don’t have in schools where women participate in diverse activities together. Education on line is but a beak, cannot completely replace the exceptional opportunity of attending a traditional school. Ensuring cultural and social aspects is imperative to the transforming Afghan educational system to be comprehensive and efficient.

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