Do you prefer online classes or classes on a campus? And Why?

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  1. JosieLee profile image74
    JosieLeeposted 7 years ago

    Do you prefer online classes or classes on a campus? And Why?

  2. j-u-i-c-e profile image94
    j-u-i-c-eposted 7 years ago

    Online classes. Mostly because I'm very anti-social. smile

    I also like being able to work whenever I want. I'm useless in the morning and much more productive at night, for example. It's also nice being able to snack or listen to music and sit around in my pajamas if I want while I'm working.

    I'm a pretty disciplined person, so I don't really need a school setting or instructor to keep me focused.

  3. Rhonda_M profile image81
    Rhonda_Mposted 7 years ago

    both have their advantages. (I've taken and taught both). Online are more convenient, individualized, and flexible. Classroom courses offer more interaction that facilitates the learning process. Online instruction requires a student to be more proactive in his/her learning, and to also participate and learn from the group interactions. The students become each other's teachers!

  4. kschimmel profile image68
    kschimmelposted 7 years ago

    I prefer online classes for many reasons, especially: 1.  no commuting or parking problems and 2. I was able to "attend" class after the kids were in bed.  Online was the best option for me as an older adults with work and family schedules to consider.  Just be sure the program you enroll in is staffed by people who know how to teach in an online format--some schools do it well, others do it poorly.

  5. keithlipke profile image60
    keithlipkeposted 7 years ago

    On campus because I like the idea of that personal group interaction and/or one on one work

  6. Magdelene profile image79
    Magdeleneposted 7 years ago

    I would vote for the online classes too, right along with j-u-i-c-e. I've taken a few of them in the past and done very well; online classes for me.

  7. Pikachusif profile image63
    Pikachusifposted 7 years ago

    I prefer campus classes because it allows me a wider social, academic, and generally better environment to learn and interact in.

  8. Geek_luv profile image58
    Geek_luvposted 7 years ago

    Deciding if an onlne class vs. a on campus class is right for you can be a very daunting decision. Hopefully this hub can help! First of all, you need to ask yourself a few question.
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  9. sahu12 profile image66
    sahu12posted 7 years ago

    i prefer class on campus cos its durable and guaranteed of learning  without distortion in any form like network issue  in the case of online classes


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