eLearning Vs. Classroom-Based Learning
Classroom-based learning has taken a hit due to the COVID-19 scenario. Moreover, the alternative has asked us whether eLearning is a really good way of teaching. Making the shift in education is by far the most challenging thing. One of the major reasons is the technological challenges faced by umpteen bottlenecks due to the lack of face-to-face interaction. But, with so many negatives, is eLearning the real villain in 2020? Or, is it the new messiah that the education community is looking forward to? In this article, I will do a comparative study between eLearning classes and the classroom mode of teaching. At the end of the article, I shall discuss whether eLearning will take over once the COVID-19 pandemic comes to an end.
eLearning Classes: An Overview
With the recent torchbearer being the schools and universities, it might seem to many that eLearning is the “new thing.” Surprisingly, eLearning has been around even before COVID-19.
Udemy is one of the best examples of eLearning. This platform was founded in 2010. With a large number of different niche courses and qualified teachers, this platform has been revolutionizing the education industry since the boom of the internet.