5 Interactive Online Learning Strategies You Don’t Want to Miss

| March 7, 2018

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A teacher or instructor is the driving force behind any classroom learning session. He/she communicates topical knowledge with the learners, engages them with various discussions or questions, clears their doubts, and ensures their attention doesn’t stray much during the course. An e-learning course has to do all of the above, only without the presence of an instructor. That’s where the real challenge lies.To compensate for the absence of a teacher and communicate better with learners, e-learning courses use interactive elements.

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