COMPARISON OF VIRTUAL/CONVENTIONAL TEACHING AND LEARNING MORE AMONGST SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

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COMPARISON OF VIRTUAL/CONVENTIONAL TEACHING AND LEARNING MORE AMONGST SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background of the study

At a traditional school, parental involvement is often limited to things like reviewing homework, attending parent-teacher conferences, or chaperoning field trips. Many parents are also out of the loop on academic performance until the end-of-term report card comes home, leaving parents and students little chance to course-correct.

With online school, parents have many options for being involved in their children’s education. As Learning Coaches, parents (or other trusted adults) may choose to support learning by structuring the online school student’s daily routine or reviewing lessons and grades as often as they wish. They can consult with online school teachers in regular meetings and, when needed, play an active role by helping to monitor attendance, progress, and comprehension. While every family does online learning a bit differently, online educators agree that it’s a good idea to assist with organization and time management, encourage students, and praise them for their hard work.

While parents have little to no control over a traditional school’s schedule or learning environment, online school parents can set the daily routine and have the flexibility to cultivate an effective learning atmosphere for their children.

With online school, students do attend some fixed-schedule events, such as real-time lessons in the virtual classroom, but they have a much higher degree of flexibility about where and when they complete their studies. This allows them to enjoy family time, hobbies, travel, sports, and other activities without missing school or falling behind in their studies.

As with flexibility, many traditional schools can’t offer as much personalization. It’s not that the educators aren’t dedicated or willing to assist students individually, but the logistics of managing a classroom full of students makes it difficult—or nearly impossible—to do so. As a result, traditional education tends to take a “one-size-fits-all” approach, with fewer opportunities for individualized instruction available. These schools may offer accelerated and honors classes for eligible students, but course selections may be limited.

Online school students have a multitude of personalization options. Teachers can provide extra support to bolster specific skills and can adapt instruction to each student’s specific abilities, interests, and learning style. When needed, they can provide one-on-one support by telephone, email, or in the virtual classroom. Working from home, online school students can move more quickly through lessons they grasp easily or go slower in courses that are more challenging.

In addition, with a high-quality online school, students of all ages can participate in online clubs and activities and choose from a wide variety of electives to enhance their academic program and pursue their interests.

Unlike traditional bricks-and-mortar schools, online school offers parents the ability to control their child’s learning environment. Parents can ensure their student is learning in a safe, secure atmosphere that is free from the bullying and peer pressure that is sometimes found in a traditional classroom setting. In addition, learning at home may offer fewer distractions than a traditional classroom setting, allowing students to focus more easily and get the most out of their time.

In addition to all of these benefits, many satisfied online school families tell us that educating their children at home can be extremely rewarding. Parents enjoy witnessing that “aha!” moment when students understand a new concept or solve a problem. They also tell us that learning together helps them grow closer as a family.

  1. Statement of the problem

There may have been previous researches in this subject. This work gives further explanations and analysis in comparison of virtual/conventional teaching and learning more amongst secondary school students

  1. Objectives of the study

1.To understand the impact of virtual methods on teaching and learning among secondary school students

  • To understand the impact of conventional methods on teaching and learning among secondary school students
  • To establish an objective comparison of virtual-conventional teaching and learning among secondary school students.
  1. Research questions
  2. What is the impact of virtual methods on teaching and learning among secondary school students
  3. What is the impact of conventional methods on teaching and learning among secondary school students
  4. What are the differences between virtual and conventional teaching and learning among secondary school students.
  1. Research hypothesis

H0: There are no significant differences between virtual and conventional teaching and learning among secondary school students

H1: There are a significant differences between virtual and conventional teaching and learning among secondary school students

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