3 Reasons Your Faculty Resists Online Learning

| December 27, 2018

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The top three concerns driving the bulk of faculty resistance fall into three key areas: quality, support, and incentives. See the infographic below to learn why there is concern and how college and university administrators can address them to foster faculty support for online learning initiatives.

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More than 80% of engineering college students are not employable, same is case with the management students as well. On careful examination, it is clearly shown that the problem lies with the system itself. The system of Students, teachers, syllabus, learning methodologies and curriculum which focuses on creating theory experts. There is no focus on practical learning and field awareness.Also, teachers most often are selected based only on the marks secured in masters and PhD programs. There is no test of skills in pedagogy. PipalTree Education was conceived with idea of bridging that gap; We use advanced and disruptive technology to take good quality education to far and remote places where every student enriches his / her learning process.

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