When it comes to online learning (which is a subset of eLearning) in education or e-Education, the model has been pretty straightforward. Up until the early 2000s, education was in a classroom of students with a teacher who led the process. Physical presence was a no-brainer, and any other type of learning was questionable at best. Gradually, the internet happened in form of evolution. And now the rest is history. Thus, e-Learning is now taking over and gaining widespread acceptance by both educators and learners.
In the fast-paced world of e-learning, the available technologies to make a course new and exciting are always changing, and course content can and should be updated quickly to give students the very latest information.
Meanwhile, it is important to note here that technology enablers are central to the success of any eLearning project. Unlike many of the traditional methods of teaching, e-Learning approach requires technology drivers such as digital media, quality internet service, constant power supply, and digital gadgets just to mention a few major ones.
Digital media include all digital content such as videos, e-notes, voice notes, etc that can be presented on digital gadgets as instructional media to learners. Perhaps, the digital media can be regarded as the live-wire of the e-Learning process. This is because without the digital media, all other technology drivers put together rarely deliver any meaningful instruction from a teacher to the learners. Similarly, many will concord that to put a car on the road without a gas in the tank and expect it to run several miles is almost an invitation to failure. However, as much as online learning gives students convenience and flexibility, which is especially critical for adult students who work and are returning to school, there are a number of barriers standing in the way of student success in an online environment as discussed in an article titled supporting students success in online learning.
This is one of the reasons why many school owners are now offering training via our e-Classes to provide e-Learning for their students. We also provide digital version of scheme of work, lesson plan, lesson note examination questions, etc in various subjects.
Other reasons why your school should subscribe to our eLearning project include real time instructional materials and the ability for students to study in their own time and place. You can try out our offline past questions from the link below.