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Vol -  11, Issue- 5 ,         Page(s) : 57 - 67  (2020 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH


The education sector has transformed immensely over a past few decades because of many reasons like the change in curriculum of schools to that of professional teacher training programmes which has had a major impact on the teaching-learning processes implemented within classrooms wherein the development of both the student and the teacher has been given equal importance for there to be a balance. The main purpose of this paper is to study the major challenges that teachers face in a modern classroom keeping up with the new emerging trends in the field of education. One of the major consequences of the challenges is the compromise on the quality of education being provided for which the latest initiative of the United Nations is a proof. United Nations has announced the inclusion of “Quality Education” as one of the key sustainable development goals. From here propagates the motivation behind the research. As educators, we have the opportunity and the capability to bring about revolutions which make the teaching-learning processes better by giving solutions to the major challenges that prevail. The findings revealed that majority considers virtual classrooms and use of ICT as the most popular of all emerging trends. Unavailability of infrastructure to implement innovative measures, an imbalance due to the teacher-student ratio, large amount of syllabus and language are major obstacles that turn into challenges for a teacher. It was surprising to know that a major challenge faced by the majority was the additional task of handling pupils and making each one of them accept and adapt to the new approaches being introduced in the classroom. Teachers need to be provided with proper infrastructure for efficient implementation of Innovative measures. Training should be given to both in-service and pre-service teachers to deal with emerging trends in education to maintain the quality of teaching learning processes.

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