Face to Face Learning
DISADVANTAGES OF FACE TO FACE LEARNING
Choosing the right form of learning is important for the academic growth of student. Though face to face learning is the traditional form of learning, this article is to show the downside of face to face learning.
- Cost – Face to face learning is an expensive form of learning. This is not the case with online learning where the cost is affordable. Tuition fees are high in reputed institution. There are other costs that come along with tuition fee as well. This can be a burden for students with unstable economics background.
- Time – Travel time can be a huge problem for students. This also adds to additional cost in the form of transport expense.
- Flexibility – There are no choices for students with respect to face to face learning. Timings of classes have to be strictly followed by the students. Students face difficulties balancing their part time jobs, hobbies and classes at the same time.
- Pace of learning – Pace of learning is determined by the teachers and not the students in classroom learning. The pace is determined by the understanding of majority. Some students might have difficulties in grasping concepts. It can also happen vice versa when a student has great grasping skills but needs to go with the pace of the majority.