Does Online Education replacing Traditional Education System?

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Does Online Education replacing Traditional Education System?

Post by davefranco » Thu Dec 17, 2015 2:17 pm

Online Tutoring is getting popular day by day in western and Asian countries. What do think guys about it. Share your views.

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Post by georgy » Thu Dec 17, 2015 10:40 pm

I doubt it is that popular. Even more doubt about it will ever replace

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Re: Does Online Education replacing Traditional Education System?

Post by Vital Spark » Thu Dec 17, 2015 10:54 pm

In reply to your question - no. It will never replace traditional face-to-face in class teaching, but it could possibly supplement it. As far as I'm aware, my students don't use this kind of tuition. They will often pay a senior student to tutor them, and get the low-down and help they need to pass whatever exam they're taking. There are so many free sites on the net for students to access, that I can't imagine why they'd feel the need to pay for on-line teachers. I'm talking about the students I teach here in Thailand, but it may be different for students in other countries who don't have access to a native speaker.


P.S. I do hope that you're not thinking about teaching English on line...
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