Blog

E-Learning or Classroom Learning Which One is Better?

e-learning or classroom

First of all, let's understand what e-learning is? E-learning can be defined as the method of educating students with the involvement of technology. All you need to have is a gadget, i.e., a phone or tablet and an electronic device, and a good internet connection, with the intention of learning. It is different from the classroom, where we have to follow traditional learning methods that have been going on for a century. Here educators instruct everything are, and students need to listen to them. It is somewhere one-way conversation so let's take a look and compare these two types of learning.

Traditional Classroom:

They are more conventional ways of teaching that evolve from the ancient times of gurukul, where there was only one teacher or guru. Then comes the schooling system, where the students get a particular teacher assigned for each subject. So, teachers take the class and provide their notes, and students need to follow the notes with limited resources. 

 Negatives of Classroom Learning 

  • Active learning - There is a lesser chance of learning in the classroom if they don't find the class interesting. 
  • Extracurricular activities - One of the cons of classroom participation is that students can't participate in extracurricular activities as they are bound with timings.
  • Time table - schools or college in classroom learning follows a strict timetable that might pressure students to cope with classes even when they aren't able to understand the concept. 
  • Teachers in the face-to-face classroom act as mentors and are available for students at fixed time intervals only. They can't help the kids with their doubts 24*7 as in an online classroom.
  • When we talk about classroom management, there are particular times and places for the classes, and it is crucial to present in the classroom. If you missed the classes of that session, you have to struggle to learn the concept.
  • There is less chance of technology's involvement teachers providing notes from their sources in classroom learning. Hence the resources are limited.
  • The classroom session is interactive but for only those students who have the confidence to put their point. Many students feel uncomfortable asking their doubts in the classroom, and hence for them, it isn't easy to understand things that easily.

E-learning:

Online learning is a new concept that comes into the limelight due to the spread of novel viruses. It helps the students, school institute, and college cope with academic lessons even during the pandemic. E-learning has more benefits as compared to the traditional classroom:

  • According to the record, students ' productivity and concentration increased by 50% when they used e-learning platforms.
  • E-learning is not restricted to any age and is beneficial to all the people at any age group who can learn and use resources from indefinite resources.
  • There was usually one test or two in the traditional classes, and one couldn't analyze each topic understanding with their help. E-learning quizzes and tests are available after every topic, which helps students examine their knowledge and how much they learn. They can also revisit the modules if they do not get clarity about the topic.
  • E-learning is a better substitute for classroom learning, and it makes things better for both the students & teachers with software like ERP (ERP full form is enterprise resources planning)

Conclusion

E-learning is better than traditional learning not just on sustainability terms, but it also is more student-friendly and one can’t ignore the LMS advantages when compared with the conventional learning forms. It incorporates different learning styles and implements modern technology and tools to facilitate learning and provide quality education to students.

Blog Categories

Recent Posts

mobile-text-alerts
flippa
nordvpn

Subscribe to my Blog
on Business Trends...




Enter Search Above
magnifier linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram