Traditional Teaching vs Online Teaching
Nowadays, education becomes one of the important things in human life. Most of the individual in the earth is aware to obtain the education. Besides that, every country always concern on developing the quality of the education to improve the human resources. If the quality of human resources of a country is good, indeed, the quality of that country will be good too. As the matter of fact, we cannot deny that the improvement of technology really influence the education itself. Last time, before the advance of technology, the implementation of education system is still traditional. But, it is different nowadays. The implementation of the education is not only traditional but also online. In traditional teaching, the power and responsibility are held by the teacher and they play the role of instructor in the form of lectures or teachers and decision maker in regards to curriculum content and specific outcomes. Besides that, traditional teaching doesn't encourage critical thinking skills because the teachers regard students as having 'knowledge holes' that need to be filled with information and the student’s ability to actively apply information gained through experience and reasoning. Instead, traditional teaching emphasizes the role of teachers as knowledge dispensers and students as repositories. This style of learning doesn't allow student’s deeper levels of understanding required for complex concept and lifelong learning. In short, the traditional teacher views that it is the teacher that causes learning to occur (Novak, 1998). Traditional teacher focuses on basic skills and gradually builds to a whole. While this simplifies learning, it provides little context, which can disconnect learners. In contrast, in online teaching, teachers are required to spend time developing good resources that can be accessed online as this is a basic requirement of teaching in the online environment. Thus, a Google search is required by...
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