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The Crucial Role of Early Warning Systems

February 12, 2024 | Syed Zahid Mushtaq  

In recent years, educators have faced the challenge of identifying and assisting out-of-school children. The introduction of innovative solutions, such as the Talaash App, marked a significant step forward in addressing this issue. However, with the staggering number of 3.22 crore out-of-school children reported in the 2017-18 NSSO survey, it became evident that a more proactive approach was needed.

The National Education Policy 2020 recognized the importance of ensuring 100% enrolment and attendance in schools. To achieve this ambitious goal, educators turned to technology, specifically Artificial Intelligence (AI), to develop Early Warning Systems (EWS). Unlike reactive measures, EWS aim to pre-emptively identify and assist students at risk, thus improving overall educational opportunities.
A recent workshop conducted in Srinagar highlighted the collaborative efforts of educators in Kashmir to address the challenges faced by students. Discussions cantered on identifying symptoms and issues that hinder children's academic progress, with valuable suggestions emerging for the development of EWS.
Every child is unique, and the reasons for dropping out of school vary widely. Educators must employ diverse techniques to address these issues sensitively. EWS utilize various parameters, such as absenteeism, lack of concentration, and emotional behaviour, to identify at-risk students. Timely intervention is paramount, with personalized tutoring and counselling sessions being key strategies in overcoming academic challenges.
Moreover, EWS strengthen the bond between teachers and parents, fostering a collaborative approach to address students' concerns. Real-time data collection and analysis tools provided by technology enhance the efficiency and accuracy of identifying at-risk students, enabling swift intervention.
Early Warning Systems play a transformative role in school education by identifying at-risk students, providing timely interventions, and fostering a proactive approach to student success. Aligned with the objectives of the NEP 2020, the integration of EWS with education policy promises to yield remarkable results in ensuring inclusive and equitable education for all students. As education continues to evolve, EWS serve as a beacon of progress, ensuring that no student is left behind and every child has the opportunity to thrive academically.

 

EMAIL:--------mushtaqzahid14@gmail.com

The Crucial Role of Early Warning Systems

February 12, 2024 | Syed Zahid Mushtaq  

In recent years, educators have faced the challenge of identifying and assisting out-of-school children. The introduction of innovative solutions, such as the Talaash App, marked a significant step forward in addressing this issue. However, with the staggering number of 3.22 crore out-of-school children reported in the 2017-18 NSSO survey, it became evident that a more proactive approach was needed.

The National Education Policy 2020 recognized the importance of ensuring 100% enrolment and attendance in schools. To achieve this ambitious goal, educators turned to technology, specifically Artificial Intelligence (AI), to develop Early Warning Systems (EWS). Unlike reactive measures, EWS aim to pre-emptively identify and assist students at risk, thus improving overall educational opportunities.
A recent workshop conducted in Srinagar highlighted the collaborative efforts of educators in Kashmir to address the challenges faced by students. Discussions cantered on identifying symptoms and issues that hinder children's academic progress, with valuable suggestions emerging for the development of EWS.
Every child is unique, and the reasons for dropping out of school vary widely. Educators must employ diverse techniques to address these issues sensitively. EWS utilize various parameters, such as absenteeism, lack of concentration, and emotional behaviour, to identify at-risk students. Timely intervention is paramount, with personalized tutoring and counselling sessions being key strategies in overcoming academic challenges.
Moreover, EWS strengthen the bond between teachers and parents, fostering a collaborative approach to address students' concerns. Real-time data collection and analysis tools provided by technology enhance the efficiency and accuracy of identifying at-risk students, enabling swift intervention.
Early Warning Systems play a transformative role in school education by identifying at-risk students, providing timely interventions, and fostering a proactive approach to student success. Aligned with the objectives of the NEP 2020, the integration of EWS with education policy promises to yield remarkable results in ensuring inclusive and equitable education for all students. As education continues to evolve, EWS serve as a beacon of progress, ensuring that no student is left behind and every child has the opportunity to thrive academically.

 

EMAIL:--------mushtaqzahid14@gmail.com


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