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Distance education in computer training centers

by: Melissa Reyes | 13 Jul, 2010 09:24:41

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Distance education or distance learning takes place if the teaching-learning process is not “on site” as it is said in classrooms. As a matter of fact, it is designed to provide educational experience to learner outside the classroom. It became globally recognized since it has been used in universities and other institutions nationally or internationally.

It is as well used in some computer training centers extending their programs through online teaching. Although technology became widely used, with the recent trend, the educational process is still being done with some numerous challenges.  

  1. Motivation

The very purpose of the teacher he must inculcate in his mind is how to motivate a far distant student. He must have a high motivation to persuade the learner to study hard. This has something to do with providing evaluation and measurement of the knowledge. What are absent is the contact and the personal attachment of both but due to constant encouragement, reinforcement, the student can gain his willingness to develop his study habits.

  1. Social Interaction

Another challenge in distance education is the ability to interpersonal relationship. It has been agreed that students learn more effectively if they are given a chance to mingle to each other. With the use of interactive technology such as e-mail, chat, it positively results in more vigorous and lively discussion presented to the class.

  1. Limited strengths and limitations.

With the use of high motivation, students can widen their goals and objectives in the course. He should learn more meaningful and she is able to share it to others. Exploration is some kind of gaining education and earning skills as well. However this is actually challenging to instructors because they have to find opportunities for the students to share their objectives and goals. They help students recognize their strengths and limitations.

  1. Lack of concentration

Distance education students usually disheartened if they feel they didn’t express their abilities in their course. This may be due to their responsibilities that include their jobs, household chores, raising children and other family –related task. By no means, distant learners are more responsible for their performance being increased or not.

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