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Is Online Education Opposed to Face-To-Face Education?

Open education is particularly characterized by the removal of restrictions, exclusions and privileges; by the accreditation of students’ previous ex­perience; by the flexibility of the management of the time variable; and by substantial changes in the traditional relationship between professors and students. On the other hand, online, distance or virtual education or e-Learning is a modality which […]

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Learning Forever: Deconstructing Current Education

One of the problems facing education today is its failure to adapt to the advances in science and technology. Educational institutions and their teaching systems lag far behind when it comes to adapting to new forms of knowledge and learning. While the education system shapes some of the components of society, it is also conditioned […]

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To teach is to learn twice --Joseph Joubert

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