Today, the Internet seems to be changing all that. Students are always on the Internet, exploring, sharing, collaborating and learning. Internet-based learning that is delivered on a student laptop, smart phone or a tablet provides flexi-way of learning – anytime, anywhere and anyway.
The traditional learning environment, where books are prescribed and syllabus is dictated, students do not enhance their skill sets; they rather focus on securing better grades at tests. There is no accountability to innovate teaching techniques and the large group of students in a class becomes difficult to manage. The limited time also adds to the woes of a teacher.
“Passion is the key that acts as a driving force to your success”, says the well-renowned Indian mathematician, Anand Kumar. Most of us are familiar with the name and his endeavors to bring the underprivileged into the mainstream through the
Are you skeptical whether online tutoring would be as good as traditional classroom education? Do you think virtual education is not your cup of tea? As a student, are you wondering whether you would benefit from virtual learning? Does it
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