Traditional learning has shifted drastically over the last few years. Some question marks have also been raised over how efficient school learning really is and whether it is time to start digging for alternatives. There must be something wrong in the way that we’re teaching if students don’t like it nor feel productive. With the rise of the internet, and access to a computer wherever you are in the world, the possibility of changing education has now become subject for discussion, calling it the revolution of online education.
Here’s 4 steps why online learning is the future of education:
1-It’s accessible everywhere, whether for learning or teaching, making your life easier in a variety of different ways. For instance, undergoing everything online creates no restrictions for your traveling or personal things that you would have had to give up if you were to physically attend.
2- Online education is highly flexible. Its most important pillar is setting your own schedule rather than having to follow a strict number of hours. Online education offers you that balance between your work/studies and personal life. There would be no need to give up anything that you ever wanted to do due to any restrictions that were present in the past.
3-It is cost efficient. Online education is always more affordable than physical attendance which has been one of the top reasons why online education has become popular. Also, you would save time and money on the commute, which also makes it ideal.
4- In each mentioned step, flexibility is always mentioned and how it emerges a learning experience that is indeed, revolutionary. Online education is flexible to an extent where it offers each student’s level of ability instead of merging all student’s together into one room to all follow the same curriculum. Studies have now shown how ineffective this method is in comparison to providing each student with his/her requirements as needed. Also, when interaction is needed, access to videos makes it possible which conveys that attendance is no longer a prerequisite.
By: Lana Fadel
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