More importance is given to teaching practices pertaining to classroom-based learning, ignoring the fact that students’ learning horizon extends beyond the classroom. So, the need for parents to make efforts to bridge the gap between school and home and acknowledge the positive effects of parental involvement in students' learning.
Schools in India should start embracing digital tools, which enable more at-home learning for students. With the help of a learning management system (LMS), an academic management tool, teachers can share learning materials and curated content in the form of eBooks, MP3s, PDFs, images and videos with students well in advance of classroom lectures. In fact, students can go through the materials as many times as they need at home and come prepared for the next class.
By using video games powered by AR/VR, students can visualise objects and extinct creatures from ancient eras. This definitely makes for an exciting and immersive learning experience for students.