For Students: Manystudents are spectacle about taking onlinelearning courses.
To me, it proves to be a great alternative. Oneof the great advantages is that students have the chance to study in their owntime. It is a great way to study many fields and to boost the level ofself-motivation. I’m a prime example of why e-learning is an advantage.
I ama student that works during the day, manages a 1-year-old son and spouse. E-learningcan be overwhelming when juggling everything else in your life but it isn’t impossible.The most important thing is time management. If you have small children, youshould definitely take advantage of nap time and times when you’re free. Beingflexible makes e-learning convenient. Onlinelearning is so effective because students can finish their homeworkassignments quickly, and there is more time left for leisure activities or forgoing to work.
Everything will get done early or on time so that you don’t fallbehind. E-learning makes it possible for nearly anyone to go back to school. Oneof the disadvantages of e-learning in a student’s perspective is that their notcomputer literate.
Students are used to depending on a teacher to teach themevery subject. Some students absolutely need an educator to learn successfully.Believe or not, for some people, the online class makes it easier toprocrastinate. There is no one to remind or hound you about completing classassignments. You must be responsible for your own learning. ForTeachers: A teacher can immediately help you with your problems and canget to the core of the problem.
If the classroom environment is what youlove most about learning, you may want to take a step back and reconsider e-learning.You’ll likely get some interaction on chat rooms, discussion boards and throughemail, but the experience will be quite different than traditional courses. Students may feel isolated from theirprofessor and classmates. As a teacher, I would feel terrible knowing that onemy students are failing.
It means that the online structures aren’t fit fortheir life for them to manage their assignments. In a teacher perspective, oneof the good advantages of e-learning can be taught different learning styles. Itcan help develop knowledge of the internet and computer skills.
Educators wantstudents to join discussions and provide a response to a post. By doing so,they get a wider range of perspectives. While traditional classrooms let studentsgain support and personal relationships with teachers, online courses onlyoffer online. On the plus side of things, onlinecourses save a great amount of money; fewer teachers, fewer books and no moneyto spend on a room to educate. For some teachers, a great advantage isbeing able to put up assignments for your students to complete ahead of timeand allowing them to work on it before its actually due.