Will virtual classes replace face-to-face clases?why?

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  • 2 months ago

    No completely. There are some schools that already do a hybrid style. Students take online classes but have in person meeting with teachers.

    Person to person interaction to learn has always been very important in every setting. In the work place people are assigned other people to teach them things and mentors to help guide them and other scenarios. Only the most basic things are "taught" through video or online "classes".

    Schools will eventually change. It is not that schools don't want to change, and it is not that the teacher's union (or some other mythical force) is stopping the change it is the fact that it takes money. The public does not want to raise taxes to make the transition, so we keep repeating our cycles of the same education system with minor changes in classrooms as more teachers utilize online resources.

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  • 2 months ago

    not completely, some concepts require personal contact to master

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