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    Online Education: Pros and Cons

    Due to the pandemic, everything has now turned digital. Schools and colleges have shut down and the complete education domain is now online. As evidenced by the continual introduction and growth of online course offerings and online academic and professional degree programs, online learning has become an essential component of higher education. 

    Students can choose from a variety of online learning options in most fields and disciplines, ranging from individual online courses to entire online undergraduate, certificate, and graduate programs. Choosing from the many possibilities for advancing one’s academic and career goals through an online school, on the other hand, can be difficult.

    The phenomenon of online education is not new. Its origins can be traced back to remote education and the development of digital technologies that allow for the effective and dependable delivery of lectures, virtual classroom sessions, and other instructional materials and activities over the Internet.

    Here’s a list of a few pros and cons of online education:

    Pros:

    • Students can work on tasks independently outside of school hours, giving them greater flexibility. Students can work from the convenience of their own houses or any other location.
    • Students are not exposed to the outside distractions that can be found in a school setting.
    • Bullying becomes less of a problem.
    • Students can learn without the stress of being judged by others. Students who are hesitant to seek aid may feel more comfortable doing so.
    • Hands-on tasks at home would be included in student assignments.

    Cons:

    • A parent must be present at all times, depending on the age of the pupil (or other supervising adults). This is out of reach for some families.
    • Many learners require a hands-on/interactive learning style. Not all the students can adjust to the new methods.
    • Some kids do not have access to computers, the internet, or other technology. We need to talk about how we can help these students.
    • Because of physical, medical, or mental reasons, some students have a hard time sitting or staying in one place for lengthy periods.
    • Students who are not self-motivated or who are not properly supervised at home might quickly become distracted and engage in other activities.

    Hence, online education can be really useful unless students tend to misuse it. Students must weigh the advantages and disadvantages of several elements to make an informed decision about their professional path. Students must choose how they will achieve their objectives: online, in the classroom, or a combination of both.

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