A Look At Flexible Learning

 

A lot of working adults would love to receive an education that could help launch or advance their career. But getting a college degree is challenging if you’re also working full-time and/or raising a family.

Online college classes are ideal if you’re at a place in life where full-time attendance in a traditional classroom setting isn’t possible. There are significant benefits, also, to supplementing online coursework with hands-on learning at a university campus. This flexible learning model delivers an education that is greater than the sum of its parts.

WHAT IS FLEXIBLE LEARNING?

Students enrolled in a flexible learning program connect with professors both online and on campus. Online instruction grants students control over certain learning elements, such as the time of day, location, and pace of their studies. On-campus classes provide face-to-face interaction and supervision throughout each course.

Flexible learning is special in that the online and on-campus mediums inform each other of an individual student's learning style. This provides an integrated and customized learning experience unique to each student. Indeed, the U.S. Department of Education identifies flexible learning as the more effective instruction model compared to learning entirely online or exclusively face-to-face.

In some instances, students might view recorded lectures and reading material through an online course management system, and then attend a class on campus to put into practice what they've learned online. Alternatively, instructors might incorporate online learning components inside the classroom.

HOW DOES FLEXIBLE LEARNING BENEFIT YOU?

Flexible learning provides one undeniable benefit: latitude to accommodate a busy life, making education more attainable.

Students benefit when web technology fuels the innovation of learning tools, but they also benefit when the technology helps instructors adapt teaching methods to suit diverse learning styles. Highly personalized education improves each student’s motivation and academic engagement, which greatly increases potential for progress and success.

 

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