E-TUTORING (Oblivion as a misfortune for building the society)

Joulan Hussain Khalil Psychological Research Center, Ministry of Higher Education, Iraq
Krishnan Umachandran General Manager, Nelcast Ltd., India,
Estabraq Rashid English Department, College of Basic Education, Almustansiryah University,


The crucial character of the in learning environments is to support students on the instructional route to succeed in education outcomes. Digital technology facilitated learning situations indulge in a more lively approach, highlighting the formal environment which expects an obedient trail over teachings, which further gets measured and gauged on grades as part of aggregation of bundled information and aids termed as knowledge and skills. Learning is a lifelong process for development which is widely and gradually targeted by e-tutoring ingenuities to realize positive results for employees through digital and emerging technology settings evoking actual response to the re-skilling requirement posed by the industries due to industry 4.0 revolutions. In addition, e-tutoring occasions also find application, on a broader set-up of tutors’ proficiency development as well. Hence it helps both the teacher and taught on the same plank for enabling learning and teaching. e-tutoring has benefits such as reduced costs, extensive access and customized learning material to its end user requirements, offering more flexible occasions to resolve the endurance of obligation on skills upgrade. online tutoring through technology enabled methods offer the learning and teaching process a collaboration through emerging technology adaptation which delivers an unbiased understanding of values, engaging social interaction and shared education; and yet retains sturdy self-directed relationship development of interpersonal and communication skills. Teachers are yet to be groomed on the competitive use of technology, which is otherwise perceived as that to take over their employability. With anxiety and a naïve touch educational institutions are also afraid that their existence could become marginalized or immersed if more of online education becomes a preferred mode by all stakeholders in the society. This paper covers an assessment of global happenings on the technology enabled tutoring impact of its evolution and its current position owing to the impact of the greater slash impounded on the educational system due to COVID-19.



e-tutoring, COVID-19 impact, e-teaching, e-learning, emerging technology

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