Is online learning for you? It's not for everyone.
For many years there have been questions about online education. Many people will think back to their time in a traditional classroom and can’t fathom that learning can be done outside of the classroom. There have been wide debates regarding the traditional system of education. There have been a growing number of secondary schools in England that have been labelled as “underperforming” with one in eight falling below the government’s new minimum standard. The department for Education has shown 365 secondary schools falling below standards last year.
There are other problems with the traditiona; education system such as the price of higher education has risen from an already hefty £3,000 per year to £9,000 per year even though a degree has lost all of its value. There are many graduates that believe that a traditional degree has been a waste of money because they are still unable to find a job. There has been class shortages and over crowded classrooms when they are running.
There are millions of students from around the world that opt for online learning or at least take short courses London. Online learning has been the greatest revolution in contemporary education, this has opened a great opportunity for people that would like to learn something.
Online courses aren’t for everyone though and it is important to not get sucked into the stereotypes that believe that these online courses don’t amount to a real degree. Here are some of the pro’s and con’s of online learning that might help make your mind up to whether it is for you.
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