How has E-learning changed the Traditional Education System?
Education is the fundamental right of everyone. For decades it has been evolving and transforming each single day. Adding to that E-learning or digital learning has impacted the education system tremendously. It has been gradually replacing the old and traditional learning methods.
Earlier formal teaching was rote learning and pressurized tasks upon students. Its focus was to score and seek good grades in examinations rather than imparting knowledge and skill effectively.
Now, the E-learning era has reestablished the education sector with more innovative and creative ways of methods of both teaching and learning. It has made the students and teachers be up to date with the technological tools that are used to engage the learning situations.
E-learning gives students access to Virtual Reality through technological devices which involve audio and visual content. It makes students learn better and apply it in the best possible way in the real world. The way of retaining the attention and the curiosity of students to engage in learning, is a way far better than that of the traditional way of classroom learning. It has turned around from regular teacher-centered to student-centric.
The digitalization of educational structures has benefitted the students in shifting their thought from rigidity to easiness in learning. Digital books have altered the burden of traditional physical books of students and as well as teachers.
From the very basic way of learning to, liberal and progressive techniques E-learning has changed the outlook of the teaching and learning environment. The students are more interested to use these techniques and enhance and empower their learning experience.
Finally, we can say that by sustaining the roots of old and formal style, the new digital era has enriched the students knowledge through its advanced methods. It enables each learner to explore, engage and demonstrate their knowledge and skill in front of the world with more confidence and creativity.