Now, my reason for wanting flexibility may seem trivial compared to those above, but it’s important for my lifestyle.
Here’s my favourite part of flexible online learning: I can ski that it snows.
Online education is becoming popular, but some people raise questions about its effectiveness in comparison to traditional learning.
While teachers will always be involved in the education process, there is room also to consider new ways in which teachers, students and technology can work together.
It is important to remember that both sides of this equation are equally important: the technology must be available to provide the learning opportunities while the student also must be actively engaged and able to adopt a high level of self-management and motivation in order to engage in self-learning (Volery and Lord 218). The advantages of online education are so persuasive that people will not be able to resist them. “Critical Success Factors in Online Education” International Journal of Education Management.
A strong advantage of the internet over other delivery messages is that it is extremely fast. Students will become more highly skilled and less dependent, and teachers will be freed up to concentrate on goal setting and encouragement rather than repetitive information handover.
Even if it’s a super busy day online, I’ll make sure I wake up and ski between 9 and 11am before I log-on.
This alone has increased my happiness a thousand fold.
Usually these point scores don’t contribute towards your final score in the course, but they do help you to measure your progress and make learning a heck of a lot more enjoyable.
Here’s one has got to be one of my favourite things about online classes.