The only good thing the outbreak has presented in the field of education is the fact that how practical, reliable and convenient is online learning. After a series of lockdowns and curfews, people were confused if it is considerable to opt for this method. Nevertheless, E-learning made its way out and offered a source of enhancement which would fill the gap that has been impacted by the pandemic in the education sector. Also, the online learning method was proposed not only for this pandemic but also for various economic crises.
Web based learning is a famous option currently in contrast to conventional nearby, in-person learning. In 2019, Research and Markets determined that the online training business sector will reach $230 billion by 2025 and given the significant effect of COVID-19, all things considered, online learning will see much more prominent development.
Institutes have provided tremendous coaching techniques via online learning along with different services like a personal tutor, study material, 24/7 accessible website. There has been considerable reduction in fees along with concentrated attention towards the students. Even after delivering top-notch facilities there has been contradictory notions questioning the practice. Considering the above-mentioned idea let’s have a look at what are the myths and facts.
- Not enough interaction between pupil and tutor.
- Internet facilities are always a thorn in a rose.
- No evidence that shows the student has understood everything.
- No assurance of certificate for graduate and post-graduate studies.
- Uncertain to invest in underrated teaching methods.
- There is a one-to-one interaction between the teacher and the student.
- Internet facilities are provided by the Institute under a certain extra cost which you can afford.
- Students can always reach out for queries and questions in the middle of a class or privately.
- Higher-learning Institutes like Udemy, Coursera and Khan Academy provide excellent courses along with the certificate of completion.
- By the end of 2021, approximately 98% of total corporations have incorporated e-learning program and is planning to expand more.