How E-Teaching’s Growing Popularity Is Attracting Teachers
Not only does it saves you time and money but you can reach a far greater number of students than classroom teaching and that’s what a lot of teachers these days are looking for
With the pioneering of digitalization in India, the education sector has taken complete advantage of the opportunity and has been working on how to provide effective & efficient E-learning to students studying various courses. E-learning in India is not new yet it is, as a way of approaching students.
With benefits of studying at the comfort of your home, re-watching a video again and again for clarity to revising and studying at the time comfortable to you, e-learning is giving a tough competition to classroom studying.
It surely proves to be instrumental to students but at the same time it is also a hot job these days for teachers who want to teach from home but at the same time can’t afford the hassle of arranging tuition classes.
Not only does it saves you time and money but you can reach a far greater number of students than classroom teaching and that’s what a lot of teachers these days are looking for.
Teachers can devote their time to prepare lessons comfortably the same way students can watch the videos at their choice of time. The approach teachers take are not bound by organizational rules like in schools or colleges and have freedom over the way they teach different topics. Not only do teachers prepare lessons but also solve doubts, pretty much covering all the benefits of classroom learning.
Through e-teaching, teachers aim not only at students gaining from the video lessons they provide but also whatever teachers want to convey through their teaching is absorbed the very same way by students. The moral responsibility of imparting education to underprivileged students who are unable to afford expensive coachings is greatly solved by e- teaching. Teachers can reach out to places where it is otherwise physically difficult to teach. It aims to provide education to all and to uplift students who can’t afford expensive coaching and traveling costs.
Sometimes it is not possible for institutions to hire the best teachers due to financial problems and sometimes the teachers do not like being associated to coaching classes. in fact, even the age factor can be ignored when you teach online because you don’t have to consider the long hours of staying in school or giving continuous coaching classes for hours together.
There is no spoon-feeding and hence students have to think on their own, try problem-solving without any help which benefits what they have been taught.
The constant increase in popularity of online courses among students are making teachers take the path of online teaching as their main jobs and due to technology getting more and more accessible and comfortable to use, there is no looking back for the online teaching profession.
* The Author is founder of Study Khazana
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