Out-of-School Education

Everything in our society is constantly evolving and changing. We humans are evolving, our technology and social sensibilities are evolving, but the instincts we no longer need to survive are also disappearing. One of the few things that has not changed for almost decades is education and the education system in schools. Everywhere, people are grouped by age, divided into classes, and learn (sometimes well, sometimes badly) in less than an hour a variety of subjects, for example, language, math, science, history, chemistry, etc.Žena, která studuje
In the 21st century, however, there are new ways to learn the necessary information that schools give us. Today, thanks to the Internet, we can use more and more online environments to learn because of the endless information, tutorials, and courses available. Already today, there are several platforms on the Internet that allow students to learn even more of the same things they learn in school.
The official name Massive Open Online Course is an acronym that refers to online courses with an unlimited number of users that take place on a website. In such a course, the instructor prepares an agenda and a time period (usually several weeks) over which the course will run. They may also assign learning materials for each topic and invite experts who specialize in that topic; although one of the goals of MOOCs was to make education more accessible to a wider audience, the platform seems to be used more and more by some of the more affluent societiesDítě ve škole
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The difference between MOOC courses and regular courses is that MOOCs are stand-alone courses, whereas regular e-learning often serves only as a supplementary source of information to traditional courses.
The Decline of Education as a Whole
While it may seem that modern technology has decimated the education system, this is not the case according to one college student. While it is possible to learn many things independently through new online platforms, the platforms themselves are not trying to “disrupt” traditional education, but to bring the changes they offer to schools.
For example, one portal allows teachers to create virtual classrooms with their students to enhance the learning of their subjects.