It’s time like these that make people want to go back to school to get a degree or further their education. Although most people cannot afford to go to college and while others can afford to go. There still be questions that linger over both group of people head about is it better to do online courses or on campus courses. People want to go back to school but the time and money is they biggest factor that hold them back from doing just that. Doing online will be less time consuming and can save them some money as well. Although, studies show that “Research suggests that online courses have significant higher dropout rates than face-to-face courses,”(Tello,2007). By that most people get phobia to do online classes and they just do not worry about it anymore. It not easy to do online classes because students will have to study more and they have less interaction with the instructor. In the same way, good feedback from the instructor help students in online courses to perceived to higher satisfaction(Tello,2007). Even though that more students in online courses dropout than on campus due to little interaction with the instructor, online is better for people who do not have time or money to go to school on campus because some people feel more comfortable in their home than a classroom and online courses save you extra time for other duties you have to do around the house.
The Prestige of Students Who Attend on Campus College are Greater with the Instructor Higher quality of learning on campus college seems to be better for students. Students have better interaction with the instructor going to on campus college. Students have a better feel for the courses and learn more with the help of the instructor and their classmates. One factor that is consistently identified as contributing to students achievement, satisfaction, and persistence in face-to-face college classroom is interaction(Tello,2007).
Face-to-face discussions help some instructor to help students with certain problems they might have with the assignment. The instructor can see which student is having a difficulty time with their work and can help them to correct the problem. Face-to-face help the instructor and students to figure out what they need to do to better themselves for the course. For instance, when a student have a problem with learning an assignment then the instructor can sit down with that student and talk it over. Students can also form groups to study together in, which will help each other out on the problems they are having with the assignment.
In-person classes are needed for students that better learn with face-to-face interaction. Most students have a problem interpret what they read in text. That’s why some research suggest that online courses have a higher drop-out rate than face-to-face courses(Tello,2007). Most students requires much needed interaction with the instructor especially in complex classes. To help the students better understand what’s going on with the assignment. For students who seem to learn better that way need to take classes on campus. Also, in-person help students and the instructor to gain a bond with each other. Teachers and students can become very close friends over a period of time by seeing each other everyday. Doing face-to-face classes give students the ability to stop their instructor and let them know they’re lost. For instance, when a certain text of the assignment become complex a student, they can stop the instructor and get help on that part of the assignment. By doing that give the instructor and students time to go over the text and figure out what the student are having a dilemma with. Face-to-face have its advantage over online courses do to more interaction with the instructor. Students can raise their hand to ask question to the instructor when needed. In an...
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