Virtual classes: How to Teach them in a Learning Platform

Demand for virtual classes is sky high and on the rise. More and more students want to be able to access a type of learning that is designed to suit them. The internet has democratised learning and there has never been an easier time for individuals to enrol in online courses, improve their skills and gain qualifications.

One of the key side effects of this democratisation of learning is that it’s not just young people who are seeking to gain new skills. Individuals of any age are now choosing to sign up to courses online. This new differentiation of ages has had a big impact on the practicalities of offering online courses.

A larger proportion of older students will have additional responsibilities such as full time or part time jobs and families to care for. This means that training courses are having to become more flexible in order to fit around the existing responsibilities for their students and ensure that success is still possible despite this.

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