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Google tools for sustainable educational practices: implication in teacher education

Author Affiliations

  • 1Division of Education, Spicer Adventist University, Pune, Maharashtra, India

Res. J.Educational Sci., Volume 9, Issue (1), Pages 29-32, August,1 (2021)


The new normal in the Covid 19 pandemic situation has created a new learning scenario in the academic world. The UGC has given a series of guidelines to safeguard the educational spectrum of the country. One is to take care of the health of the students and teachers at the same time to meet the standards of the academic. Online learning has become the watchword for the new scenario. This paper tries to analyse the positive implication of digital tools usage for the sustainable educational practices from the experiences of the teachers and the various implications of online learning over the past six months.


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