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Education

English 12 Project
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Lauren Sykes

on 22 January 2014

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Transcript of Education

Traditional
VS
Online Education

The
Pros
and
Cons
of these two approaches of teaching today's youth, as well as the following generations reliant on our actions.
Cons
Pros
Conclusion
Both have their advantages...
Pros
convenient
Cons
concern about employers’ acceptance of online education as a reason for their reluctance to enroll in online courses
transportation & supplies can be costly (the dreaded financial trail leading to post secondary)
Thank you for listening


Any questions?
Shahla, Sanam, & Lauren
TRADITIONAL

ONLINE
advancing in your career while completing and furthering your education.
highly effective alternative method of education for the students who are matured, self-disciplined and motivated, well organized and have a high degree of time management skills
education is less expensive
students have the opportunity to develop skills using technology
you learn with students from all around the world
No discrimination among students due to race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, nationality, age, dress, physical appearance, etc
equal participation from all classmates and the most outgoing student will not monopolize the discussion
better for introverts as well as those who learn through visual cues and require more time in understanding the material.
limited social interaction
effectiveness of assessment
personal health related to technology
problematic for instructors- ex. unemployment
with social interactions difficulty can consider school as intimidating
have to endure academic/social embarrassment in the classroom
are in academic "debt" if they have too many absences
forced to study/work hours that don't benefit the student
are put under time constraints to finish work or understand concepts
with certain learning requirements (ie. silence), are left to adapt/be ignored
are taught the way that benefits the teacher
can be influenced by a teacher's personal opinion or way of understanding
creativity is cut off
don't fully learn to think for themselves
develop necessary social skills
can share and hear different perspectives of other students
can meet/ socialize with people who are different socially, racially, older/younger, etc.
can encounter the 'high school experience' (get to encounter a learning experience)
are able to ask for help on command, from a teacher or peer
are more habitually active members of society (sports, clubs, work experience, etc.)
are more physically active because physical education is more enforced and easier to participate in
Students...
Students...
A traditional education offers students a more social and active environment.
An online education allows students to customize their learning and have more freedom.
WHILE
frees up time and allows you to work around your own schedule
Online courses are growing at a
10:1 ratio
compared with traditional courses.
Did you know...?
{ July 2nd, 2013, Katie Lepi, Edudemic }
Professors, over all, do not have a positive view of the learning outcomes for online education. Nearly two-thirds (66 percent) say they believe that the learning outcomes for an online course are inferior or somewhat inferior to those for a comparable face-to-face course. Most of the remaining faculty members report that the two have comparable outcomes. Fewer than 6 percent of all instructors consider online to be either superior or somewhat superior to face-to-face instruction.
{ June 2012, The Babson Survey Research Group }
And so, we have concluded due to the extent of research, online education seems to introduce more pleasant outcomes for students. We are for online education
. students must have access to technology to study
. encourages good study habits
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