The COVID-19 crisis will eventually be over, but online learning is here to stay and deliver great results. Online learning had already experienced huge even before the pandemic, and of course, it experienced an explosion during the time of the pandemic, and now it’s here to stay.
As online learning continues to grow, there will be changes to the way schools and universities function, from full-time online to hybrid solutions. Even when COVID-19 has passed and educational institutes open up, it’s likely many students will continue learning online.
Let’s look at 3 big benefits of online learning for students and see why it’s here to stay:
This is a big advantage for students – for them now flexible scheduling is possible. Online classes can be pre-recorded and students can learn at their pace, and set discussion times with other students and instructors.
Or, another structure could be that instructors have structured lessons and online class times, but students may be able to complete assignments on their own schedule.
Online learning opens up a wide world of possibilities for students, including studying at schools outside their immediate area. The ability to learn from institutions all over the country—and even the world—is an exciting prospect for many students.
In the long run, online learning could become much less expensive than physical education options. It could lead to a huge amount of equality of education if the same quality of education can be delivered & assessed remotely.
In a nutshell, online learning makes it easy for students who might have been limited by their location or the resources available in their areas. It’s likely that many more institutes will continue offering online classes long-term, even after the pandemic has come to an end.
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