Distant Learning and E-Learning projects are promising concepts but in reality may be ideas too far into the future.

Distant Learning and E-Learning projects are promising concepts but in reality may be ideas too far into the future.

Students will continue to learn the way they have done, the only difference is that they won’t have to be physically present in a class nor have to travel many miles to attend one, they will observe their teachers carefully as they repeat their actions who will now be standing behind a screen, to their advantage, the students can now afford to pay little to no attention for they are far out of reach, they can ask the teacher to hold on if they want to take a short call. They can ask the teacher to speak louder, if he/she is not audible enough, they can ask them to pause, repeat what they have said even if it’s a hundred times over, or jump over to another topic far ahead, all these commands they obey without hesitation, all you need to do is to have a mouse, then click. Their teachers are willing to do everything their students ask them at a lightning speed.

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