The rapid development of technology has made teaching outside the traditional classroom possible for teachers consequently providing learners with a broad range of access to course materials with 24/HR assists (Li & Irby, 2008, p. 1). Online education is a rapidly growing environment and has turned into a convenient way to participate in higher learning. Although some feel the lack of communication that is involved in online education is an issue, others notice that it is cheaper than going to school the traditional way. Problem Statement Is online education able to retain the interest of the students and educators to continue participate without diminishing the school's reputation? It is known that online education will not over exceed traditional schools because students typically wants to learn about the campus life and different cultures that attends higher education.
For my essay I am choosing the topic of introverts and online education. This topic is relevant for both my area of study, and my professional field. I am an introvert, which does not infer shyness or timidness. It means that I do not gain as much insight into learning topics when in a group as I would in private. I value group discussions and the unique perspective that people provide, I use those insights along with my own to enhance my work both scholastically and professionally when I am alone.
First of all, what is online learning? Online learning is a communication between lecturer and student without physically contact. The Online learning also can save up a lot of time from the lecturer and the students. Through online learning, students can get all the info’s that lecturers provide in the class. Some classes only need online learning and not physically there.
Argument 2: Social life and interactions Opposing Argument: In online education, there is no face to face interaction because the students are only able to interact with his or her teacher and fellow classmates through the internet. Therefore it is difficult to improve oral communication and it can minimize students’ social interactions. Supporting Argument: Online education improves the student’s social life and communication skills.
Device fingerprinting uses data from the device and browser sessions to determine the risk of conducting business with the person using device. It is difficult to surf the web without being tracked by device fingerprinting today. However, for people who do not want device fingerprinting, there are ways to attempt to block fingerprinting. The only ways to stop device fingerprinting cause web browsing to be very slow and websites to display information incorrectly.
By using electronic devices with the internet, such as laptop and smart phone, taking online courses is convenient and easy to access. Students who take online courses for their degrees can keep their money and time since they do not need to take public transportations, like bus and subway, and they do not have to drive cars. Moreover, thanks to cheap tuition for online courses, they can save their money. In an article about online degrees, the author mentioned "The Florida Legislature has directed the University of Florida to start fully online bachelor’s degree programs and set the price for residents at three-quarters of the campus in-state tuition, or about $4,700" (Lewin, 2013). Furthermore, students who live in a small town or rural area without many colleges or universities may have limited
As we know, traditional classroom based instruction is usually carried out in the campus or classroom teaching activities, teachers face to face with the students to impart knowledge and technology. However, different from the traditional classroom, online learning is on the Internet, and is not restricted by distance, also called distance education. Nowadays, online learning is becoming more and more popular, causes us to consider which of the two ways of teaching is more suitable for education. Through the comparison and analysis of the two kinds of classes, the traditional classroom is preferable. Compared with the participation of students in online learning and traditional classroom, it is concluded that online teaching is more beneficial for participation.
I prefer online learning "its allows for learning in distant or disadvantaged locations, online education is easy to access and provides a convenient way to obtain course materials such as homework, exams, schedules, test scores and more" I say this because some students may need a little more time to understand the material that is getting taught. Another reason is fitting school into students ' schedules. Some people are lucky to go to school and be carefree. On the other hand, some kids have to work and help provide for their families and can 't afford to be at school all day. Well online learning can help with that in a major way.
These include Voice recognition text to speech converter translator volume control word prediction software and other assistive technologies. List of Disadvantages of Technology in Education Results in a lack of interest in studying Because everything is now accessible online or through data saved in a computer or mobile devices, students are likely to develop poor studying habits and a lazy attitude towards education. some of them may even think they can skip school because they can find answers and lessons online. Who needs teachers when you have internet and Google, right?
As the technologies are improving, so is online education. It provides great flexibility. The students have access to their online courses at any time and they are free to open them and study whenever it is convenient for them. But, online education is only great for degrees which are not specifically related to practice and hands-on experience in specialized conditions which cannot be provided at home. It is great for degrees such as computer science, information systems or economics for example.
I would like the specifically target the non-pharmacological approaches to pain section because I feel like the section was not as effective at conveying information to students as the previous sections. In this section, there was only a conversation task where students were required to research a non-pharmacological option to manage pain. All of the other aspects of the other modules were left out, such as the videos and also a quiz. I believe by not including videos and other media, the research component by itself fell short in helping me meet this outcome, but only for specifically for the non-pharmacological approach section. Outside of the course, I read other articles about the non-pharmacological options to manage pain, talked to my physiotherapist about non-pharmacological techniques used in the field of physiotherapy, such as cupping therapy and also reading the posts by my peers in the conversation forum also helped me expand my knowledge to an