There is a lot of information available in the form of online courses nowadays. These are popular for a variety of reasons, but one thing they don’t offer is interaction with the teacher. This problem can be remedied by asking students to complete assignments through social media such as Twitter or Facebook. For example, if you're teaching English, have students write about their lives and cultural experiences and share these stories with each other via an educational hashtag. Or if you're teaching math, ask students to submit photos illustrating concepts from your class that can be viewed on a shared Google+ calendar page and commented on by other members of the class so that everyone's learning experience becomes more interactive and engaging.
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In this covid-19 pandemic, different sectors include learning is affected a lot. Students lost their daily disciplined routine as well as proper learning. In this times, for maintaining daily learning and studies among students, Online classes are necessary. Online classes promote learning from home. Using different interactive applications, tools can promote the online classes. Treat the online classes like a creative ones. Give online assignments and projects to them. Make everyone feel in the real classroom.