Online distance education! Have you ever completed a course threw online?

Canada
October 22, 2008 6:58pm CST
I just compled my early childhood education threw stratford onlin. Now I am taking a course threw pcdi I am just wondering is this worthwile? Or am I waisting my time and money?
2 responses
@mimico (3618)
• Philippines
23 Oct 08
I tried one before. i took a physics distance ed class and did well enough but I didn't enjoy it. I didn't learn from my lessons too. Though the curriculum was structures, it's just different from being able to learn in the classroom setting which I very much prefer over studying on my own. I think it has to do with your personality too. Maybe it'll work out for you. :) Good luck if ever you pursue this!
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• Canada
7 Dec 08
Hi thanx for the responce. I am the type of person that likes studying myself. I hate sitting in a classroom listening to a prof talk. I prefer to just read the books myslf. I think it also depends on what your taking. Something like physics is more hands on then book studying. I think that that course would be better taught in a classroom! I find that in a classroom i cant concentrate because you always got that one person who is alwyas talking or joking around. I find that distracting. I prefer to lay in my bed and read books!
@ssj3goku (113)
• United States
23 Oct 08
Distance learning is offered by many legitimate institutions. I know that the University of Florida and Cornell University both offer Distance learning. I think that if you do take courses at a legitimate institution you will learn a lot. For this to be applicable in the real world, make sure you can apply those courses to a degree. A degree really does help you open the doors in the professional world. You should go for as long as it is a course that can help you or that you can apply to a degree.
• Canada
7 Dec 08
Thankx for the responce. Sorry I was so long gettin back to you! I am doing a course in ece then child psycology hoping to open my own daycare! These courses will def help!