Online indicates a state of connectivity with the help of the internet and offline indicates a disconnected but physical state where we come in contact with people actually, really. We all enjoy online shopping as this saves our time. No queuing in lines or dragging grocery bags around. However, physical shops have remained just as much in business as online shops. And if we talk about the difference in online and offline learning it would be with offline learning, participants are required to travel to the training location, typically a lecture hall, college, or classroom. With online learning, on the other hand, the training can be conducted from practically anywhere in the world. Participants simply need to log on to the internet from their home, work, or even their local coffee shop. Although online learning has become the preferred method for the majority of learners, it’s important not to dismiss the benefits of offline training too. With online training courses, you and the course attendees benefit from a more casual, flexible approach. Being unrestricted in regard to location and times means every learner can benefit from the courses. With offline learning, it’s easier to ensure attendees are paying attention to the training. Some learners also find it easier to retain the knowledge and skills they’ve learned through offline training than they do with online training. Nowadays online coaching/tutoring has become a trend. While many educational institutions are going the virtual route. There are many benefits of online learning like flexibility, plenty of choices, cost benefits, a comfortable environment to study, advancing your career even while you are working, gaining skills, avoid commuting and learning at your own house. Additionally, it also helps you to develop self-discipline and makes you join study groups from different places to understand perspectives. Basically, the offline environment is important to encourage and motivate collaborative learning. Collaborative learning increases student’s self-awareness about how students learn and enables them to learn more easily and effectively, transforming them into keen learners inside and beyond the classroom. Offline studying provides an opportunity for students to engage in live discussions where they can better utilize their critical thinking skills to voice opinions. So as per me is in online mode is much better in such a situation where we all are closed in our nutshell but the offline mode of teaching, learning, trading, and experience has its own uses.
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