5 Surprising Perspectives about Online Schools

Source: KQED mindshift blog, May 2011

  1. Students get more one-on-one interaction with teachers, not less.
  2. Online courses are not necessarily easier than traditional courses.
  3. Online learning could work for unmotivated students, as well as for those who are self-disciplined.
  4. Online learning can create a lot more free time for extracurricular activities.
  5. Students can learn how to work cooperatively even without face-to-face interaction.
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