We are witnessing a massive boom in online learning. As per reports, the online education market in India is estimated to value INR 360 Billion by 2024.
As parents, you might have questions about e-learning and its impact on your child. There are several benefits your child can enjoy, along with maximising their learning potential and overall experience.
Here are the benefits-
Makes your Child more responsible
During e-learning, there is no physical presence to remind your child to submit assignments and participate in class discussions. It will make them self-driven at an early age.
Promotes curiosity and a keen desire to learn
There is a plethora of information available online. With access to different forms of online learning, your child can seek information about topics that they are curious or eager to learn about.
Children become more organised
By managing class files, coordinating with other students, and submitting assignments, your child will get a first-hand experience of organisational skills. It will also teach them to prioritize tasks from a young age.
With multiple ways of learning, like audio, visual, or text, your child can learn in a format they find comfortable. They will also be able to get their doubts solved by contacting teachers online or seeking solutions on their own.
Use technology for learning rather than entertainment
If you are worried your child is always on social media platforms, e-learning will ease that worry. With numerous learning opportunities available online, they will use technology for purposes apart from entertainment.
Encourage your children to adapt to this form of learning, as it will help them develop successful characteristics and an ambitious attitude for the rest of their lives.
Aarambh is a pan-India PC for Education initiative engineered to enhance learning using the power of technology; it is designed to help parents, teachers and children find firm footing in Digital India. This initiative seeks to connect parents, teachers and students and provide them the necessary training so that they can better utilise the PC for learning, both at school and at home.