As of this writing, the coronavirus has emerged and escalated in many countries around the world. Students are told to keep staying at home, which makes this “Tet holiday” the longest Tet in history. When the coronavirus keeps your child inside, shifting from physical classrooms to online learning seems to be the only and most effective education alternative to help kids keep on learning.
However, speaking of online learning, some parents still hesitate to allow kids to step into an online environment. Distance education can be a highly effective alternative method of education for the students who are matured, self-disciplined and motivated, but it is an inappropriate learning environment for more dependent learners and some may have difficulty assuming responsibilities required by the online courses.
Studying online might not be the best choice for every student, but understanding its advantages and drawbacks can help you decide if distance learning is right for your child.
In this article, we will take you through some advantages and disadvantages of distance education before you decide if you want to sign up an online course for your kids.