Practically launches The Learning Lobby by an EdTech company

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News desk, News Nation 360 : India’s first experiential learning app Practically, designed to make learning immersive for students of classes 6-12, has launched ‘The Learning Lobby,’ an initiative answering basic yet important questions that could be playing on the minds of educators and parents. This is one of the most comprehensive initiatives in the industry that starts off with webinars on a fortnightly basis. The objective of this initiative is to ensure teachers and parents are able to cultivate a healthy environment for themselves and their students by overcoming challenges such as striking a work-life balance (for teachers), stress management, and dealing with adolescence to begin with. The initiative came to light after an internal study was conducted by Practically to understand the challenges faced by educators. The findings showcased that 78% of teachers believe that students are facing the brunt of stress and boredom. 55% of educators are finding it difficult to maintain a healthy work-life balance as they have faced constant fatigue. Over 70% of teachers believe that they need guidance to adapt better to the current scenario and expert intervention will help them overcome their current challenges. Charu Noheria, Co-Founder & COO of Practically expressed that their latest initiative is aligned with this vision. With the launch

of The Learning Lobby, they further aim to develop an in-depth understanding of the ever-evolving needs of students, parents, and educators. Awareness about emotional and mental well-being is still at a nascent stage in India, especially in the education sector but this is the right time to table it efficiently. The Learning Lobby will equip parents, teachers, and caregivers with best practices to eventually enable a healthier environment for students. The first session will have Dr. Rati Chandna, Leadership transformation Coach addressing the importance of work-life balance in the new normal on December 2nd, 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm. The second session will be conducted by K. Helen, Counselor on transitioning to adolescence and the third session will be conducted by Faheem Sait,  Training Consultant on Smart Time Management tools for teachers.

Report : Anustup Kundu