According to Weber, with the actual value of knowledge, the government has no guarantee of cost-effectiveness or cost-effectiveness. If we take into account the cost of teacher training, the cost of equipment and software, and resources such as technicians and others, we can say that online education is not as successful as others have seen. Valentine stressed that “costs associated with trained technicians and consultants should not be overlooked.” There should be at least three people online compared to one instructor in a traditional background.
One more thing – the quality of online education cannot be promised. One reason is that no special standards have been set for the approval of this type of education. Another factor is that alumni participating in online courses receive no training in their courses, as evidenced by restrictions on communication and teaching facilities. “Students also need the attention of teachers” (D. Valentin) Given the limitations of distance education, I believe that the necessary attention of teachers will be longer than that of teachers. It is easier for students to remember directly than some emails, which does not guarantee when students will receive the message. At worst, students have a guarantee that the instructions will remain open, or that if they do, the return will be delayed.
Another thing to consider is the social development of students. Distance learning involves a small group of non-communicators who endanger students’ social profiles. Students learn only through formal and academic discourse. As social creatures, they need to communicate with others and talk about informal or light topics. “These students lack the social connections and direct connections that provide institutional education.” (S. Arsham) Then the problem is to create online courses that create and maintain a sense of community at the traditional class level. (D. Valentin)
Finally, I would like to pay tribute to Feinberg for going to both sides of the issue of distance education. Although he was able to identify the benefits of online education, he was willing to accept the limitations of the program. Yes, Feynberg is right when he acknowledges that technology should be studied as an educational tool, not as a traditional instructor. On the other hand, I think teachers should oppose the development of online education and not consider it a threat to their professions. Distance education should be SolutionHow difficult for them to adapt to the economic and technological changes of the world’s development. The government should consider the online campus as a better teaching tool than the school campus. I think it is better to focus on the needs of the poor who are unable to provide traditional education than to invest in distance education which is better and cheaper.