Teacher's innovation for online classes. (courtsey twitter)

Teacher hack “Jugaad” for online classes goes viral on social media

Updated: Sep 4,2020,11:38 AM IST


New Delhi : Amid corona virus pandemic across the country, schools and colleges have resorted for online classes in country. But, for some handful teachers it is a cup of cake, while it is challenging job for those deployed in rural or sub-urban parts of the country.  

As entire nation is forwarding to digitalization, teaching through digital learning has also forced teachers to think and apply innovative ideas for conducting online classes in absence of traditional classrooms setup. 
Recently, a teacher “Jugaad” (hack) for teaching students online has come into limelight.


A teacher using a refrigerator tray to teach online. #Teachinghacks #onlineeducation pic.twitter.com/NptsEgiyH6

— Monica Yadav (@yadav_monica) August 8, 2020



The teacher used a transparent refrigerator tray for her online classes. She managed to balance transparent refrigerator tray on two containers on each side, and them put her smart phone on top of the tray for online classes.  The innovative hack by her removed the need for holding phone in one hand and also allowed students to view the problem, while she was solving it.  The “Jugaad” or creative hack is winning much praise and appreciation on social media. Her picture on social media is widely used and shared by innovators and  those who are astonished by her hack. Earlier, a video of a school teacher from Pune, using a clothes hanger and two pieces of rope to create a makeshift tripod for recording lectures had gone viral online.

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