• Name:Usama Shoukat BMS-2 Topic:(Advantages of online classes) Believe it or not, there are some enormous advantages to online classes.It's no secret that educational institutes costs a lot of money.We pay for the classes, cafeteria meals, activity fees, text books and other expenses. There's a reason most student's have to get loans from relatives or from others to fulfil their needs. Their can be a huge burden to someone trying to launch a career. With online classes,you are only paying for the university credits.With the invent of internet and computers online education has become very popular. It is a very easy way of learning. With online classes, you do all the work at your own pace.As long as you meet your deadlines and participate appropriately online, you'll be fine.This means much less pressure and intensity.If you take classes online,attending is as simple as opening up your computer or tablet. You can learn from the comfort of your home. Additionally,you can be flexible about when you get your work done. Succeeding in online classes requires self discipline.You don't have a teacher to tell you when an assignment is do.Your best friend won't call you on Monday morning to make sure you are working on that group project. You actually have to login and participate in the discussions to get participation credits. Being lazy or undisciplined will cause you to quickly fall behind. Online learning also improves the technical skills of students.The most of the online courses need the development of new computer skills because of this students can learn to handle different learning management systems and programs. In traditional education,students have a limited syllabus, where as ,in online education,students have a vast choice of the syllabus.Through online classes, student's can learn more things out of their syllabus, which become very useful for their future. Online learning offers teachers an efficient way to deliver lessons to student's. Online learning has a number of tools such as videos,PDF,s ,podcasts and teachers can use all these tools as part of their lesson plans. Another advantages of online education is that it allows students to attend classes from any location of their choice.Additionally, online lectures can be recorded, archived and shared for future reference. This allows students to access the learning material at a time of their comfort.Online learning offers students the accessibility of time and place in education.Every student has a different learning journey and a different learning style.Some students are visual learners,while some students prefer to learn through audio. With online classes, since the classes can be taken from home or location of choice, there are fewer chances of students missing out on lessons. Taking classes usually means showing up on class at a particular time, sitting through a somewhat lengthy lecture and then going directly to your next class. Or, if you’ve spaced your classes out, you may be able to take a break in between, but you still have to stay on campus. It can make for really long, really intense, really exhausting days. Then you have to come home, do homework, sleep and do it all again the next day. It can easily become a grind. With online classes, you do all the work at your own pace. As long as you meet your deadlines and participate appropriately online, you’ll be fine. This means much less pressure and intensity. If you live where it snows, you know how difficult it can be to get class when there’s been a storm. You have to get up early, shovel your way out, navigate the icy roads and trudge across the freezing campus. Even if you don’t live in a cold area, there are plenty of other conditions that can make it tough to come to class. If you take classes online, attending is as simple as opening up your computer or tablet. No rain-soaked walks or hypothermic marches for you! You can learn from the comfort of your home or favorite coffee shop while sipping on a steaming beverage. Additionally, you can be flexible about when you get your work done if something comes up, like needing to take a child to soccer practice or attend a meeting for your job. Normally, your choice of university is significantly narrowed by location. If you live in Pennsylvania, it can be really challenging to attend UCLA due to the cross-country difference. But with online classes, location doesn’t matter. If you live in Alaska and want to take classes at Florida State University, you can! If you want to travel the country while simultaneously getting an accounting degree, you can make that happen. All you need is a computer or tablet and an internet connection. This location independence is a massive, often underrated benefit of online classes. Many times, getting a college degree requires quitting your job. After all, it can be difficult to juggle the demands of school and work simultaneously. But if you’re organized and self-disciplined, it’s often possible to do both. Because you don’t have to attend class at a specific time, you can fulfill the functions of your job and study during your free time. You can also use weekends to get additional work done that you didn’t have time for during the week. Yes, it’s demanding. Yes, it’s a lot of work. But if you want to keep working while getting a degree, you can make it happen with online classes. Usama Shoukat BMS-2 Sap Id:26858