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distance learning


 Distance learning

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Subject: As part of the measures to contain the spread of the new coronavirus, a large number of schools have opted for distance education.

As a student, what do you think of the advantages and disadvantages of this type of education ? Answer these two questions in a well-argued piece of writing.

        Among the consequences linked to the dizzying spread of Covid-19, we highlight the replacement of face-to-face teaching by distance teaching. So, in this sense, what can be said about the advantages of this teaching and what are these disadvantages ?

        There is no doubt that distance education has advantages as well as disadvantages. Let’s start with the positive points of this teaching :

First of all, this teaching is a real pledge in favor of learning that is not conditioned either by place or by time, hence a great freedom granted to the student who can study comfortably and according to his own rhythm without being forced to follow that of others.

Then, the absence of commitment such as face-to-face teaching is a good opportunity for some young people who can follow their lessons at home without worrying about the eyes of others.

However, this online teaching has several disadvantages such, on the one hand, the absence of commitment which weakens all interest, all responsibility and all motivation in the learner who does not take his lessons, his duties seriously as during the physical presence of the teacher and all those involved in the school  

On the other hand, the frequent use of means of communication such as computers, tablets or smartphones presents a real threat to the health of the student who may suffer in particular from visual fatigue, complications related to the spine or sedentary lifestyle.

In addition, distance education deprives the learner of the benefits of collective work as well as collaboration with other members of the class, hence the lack of interaction which gives way to solitude and seclusion. Without omitting the problems related to the use of communication techniques which can be subject to breakdowns and ruptures causing enormous moments of crisis and inconvenience to the learner who can easily be bored, distracted or even in certain cases drop out of class.

Finally, in the case of the absence or the fragility of the essential technical equipment for distance learning, it is certain that in this case we are so far from taking advantage of its advantages but on the contrary it is a question of ensuring the impossibility of setting up this type of education, especially in remote regions suffering from a fragile infrastructure.

        In short, distance education is far from obeying the establishment of quality learning that could replace face-to-face teaching, but only a means of ensuring educational continuity in the absence of other alternatives, especially when it comes to young learners in primary and preschool classes, hence the unavoidable and incomparable effectiveness of face-to-face teaching in comparison with face-to-face.

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