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If you work in the field of education, chances are you were hearing a lot about blended learning long before the COVID-19 pandemic left students and educators stuck at home for
the foreseeable future.
Despite the fact that remote work has become a lot more acceptable in the workplace because of the tragic events caused by the pandemic, a lot of managers are still hesitant about making the switch. Some only made the switch when it was unavoidable, and are planning on reverting to the status quo once it's possible to do so.
As the world looks ahead to a reality where post-secondary students return to the classroom en masse, many are wondering how remote teaching is changing education in the long run.
Whether or not you believe that the events of the past year will push even more education online, it can’t be denied that there has never been so much optimism and opportunity in the online learning industry. Here are some of the biggest changes that we expect in the years to come.
For some unknown reason, online classes often get way out of control faster than in-person discussions. There are many factors that we may blame for this. It could be because of the distance between participants, the misinterpretation of intentions due to a lack of visual cues, or even just general courage amongst students.