Classroom Instruction, the author, Kori Morgan, discussed how online classrooms are becoming more popular and allow students to work at their own pace. While it is similar to a traditional classroom in what is…
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Aspects of the text that the author discusses that are risky are looking at two different types of being a student. Online learning can be controversial because some people may think it is not the same as earning a real degree and think the classroom requires more hands-on work. She takes a stance against online learning and uses a source to stand behind her thoughts saying that online classes keep students away from interacting with both fellow students and their professors, making it harder to work on group projects and getting support from peers and instructors.
While Morgan is making this comparison, it is hard to know where she is coming from. While it states at the bottom her author biography, it does tell that she has earned a degree. It makes me curious what her education was like. Does she really know what it is like to be in both types of classrooms? Has she ever taken an online class? If she has not, then that does not really give her any credibility behind her argument. People that have taken classes under both circumstances are the people that really can give their true opinion on which is more effective and it also depends on a person’s learning style.
One of the risks she takes in writing this is that her credibility is really at stake. If someone were to dig in her background on this opinion piece, it might be discovered that she only took structured classes within a classroom. However, she might also have been a student that only earned her education from a university such as University of Phoenix which is strictly online. No one really knows who she is which makes it difficult to know how she developed her opinions.
There are many factors that could determine if online education or traditional structured classroom education is best and these are some topics that the author did not necessarily address. She might be a person who is middle-aged and never had the option to take an online class. This
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The purpose of this study is to define the approaches to differentiation as well as whether this will benefit students that are learning with specific approaches. The research will provide information from Gardner, Vygotsky and Montessori as some of the researchers working with differentiated instruction. The research conducted to support this paper will help teachers with new skills and knowledge to best support their students in the classroom.
The old adage of acquiring learning beyond the four walls of the classroom has gained a whole new meaning. Before the great internet boom, instruction was given inside a concrete structure that contained chairs, tables, and classmates to ogle. Today, instruction is sent over from one computer to another.
Throughout the history, education has been imparted through schools which required the students to come to the classroom to receive education. Many schools nowadays provide students with the choice between online and traditional education (Jhosta, 2006). Hence, students can receive education right in their bedroom using the option of online education.
The research endeavours to evaluate the challenges and barriers perceived by the teachers in managing the online component of their curriculum and the differences they perceive between the online and offline lecture delivery and its effectiveness. There is an increasing trend to employ communication’s technology to develop education.
The use of the Internet has impacted the lives of people in the way they do their work. The internet revolution has also affected the educational sector. There are many sites which offer online courses especially at the college level and higher. It would be rare to find a university in the U.S. that has no internet connection and reasonable technology infrastructure.
Similarly, the percentage scores of L2 learners from Saudi Arabia and L2 learners from UK are also recorded. The former group is a case of classroom only instruction and the latter is a case of mixed immersion + classroom instruction. The scores of all these
The only difference is that there is no physical location where the class can be conducted. In this essay, I argue that an online class is better than an in class.
The first advantage for enrolling in an online class is that it is