EDUCATION THROUGH FACE-TO-FACE AND ONLINE, WHICH IS BETTER?
As a student that is currently studying amidst the pandemic, it is much stressful and frustrating to study online than having face-to-face classes since we can't even ask for more frequent ideas immediately than what we usually do in attending classes in our classrooms.
Every type of learning is fun, but it is much better if we do it together with our friends because of interaction and exchange of opinions and ideas.
According to Michigan State University, teachers need to distill their key goals and leverage technology features to meet them in online classes, which means it will be more hassle and stressful for them. Educators can't just scan the textbook, record the lesson and put them online, and expect the same or better learning than face-to-face classes. Online classes may also affect the Interpersonal skill and Memory development upon students since there will be no teachers that will help them totally develop and of course the students won't exert much effort in improving. Chen, Dumlao (2020).
Learning online can also help the students improve themselves in doing the tasks alone, they become more independent. Studying at home finds them comfort since they will be managing their time and also, they may use gadgets unlimitedly.