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Classroom vs LMS

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On site learning and elearning with an LMS are usually opposing each other, but blended learning is emerging as a winner and elearning is gaining ground.

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Classroom vs LMS

  1. 1. THE BATTLE THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION for Classroom LMS By Learning vs
  2. 2. As LMS vendors we’ve witnessed the huge growth of the e-learning industry first hand. But will it replace traditional education? THE BATTLE THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION for
  3. 3. In this presentation…
  4. 4. Is e-learning a fad? Will e-learning’s growth continue indefinitely? What will happen if/when e-learning’s growth stops? Did e-learning hurt brick-and-mortar education? Will e-learning replace brick-and-mortar education? Will e-learning replace traditional learning as the core learning paradigm? 1 6
  5. 5. 1 Is e-learning a fad?
  6. 6. 1 No. E-learning serves a real and core need in modern societies and enterprises, and as such, it’s here to stay. Is e-learning a fad?
  7. 7. 1 No. E-learning serves a real and core need in modern societies and enterprises, and as such, it’s here to stay. Is e-learning a fad? Agree? Disagree? Click the bird to tweet about it!
  8. 8. 2 Will e-learning’s growth continue indefinitely?
  9. 9. 2 It grows and still has plenty of room to expand. The worldwide numbers of e-learning spendings have gone up from $35 billion in 2011 to a projected $100 billion in 2015. $35B $100B
  10. 10. What will happen if/when e-learning’s growth stops? 3
  11. 11. 3 The e-learning will not be stagnating. The industry would have moved to a mature state and create a stable market. What will happen if/when e-learning’s growth stops?
  12. 12. Did e-learning hurt brick-and-mortar education? 4
  13. 13. Not so much. A large part of the e-learning industry is run as a side- business by brick-and-mortar educational establishments. 4 #elearning is not competing with traditional education. It complements it. Click here to tweet.
  14. 14. Not so much. A large part of the e-learning industry is run as a side- business by brick-and-mortar educational establishments. 4 However, the certification business for example has largely moved to e-learning solutions, enabling it to offer its courses at low cost to a worldwide market.
  15. 15. Will e-learning replace brick-and-mortar education? 5
  16. 16. Will e-learning replace brick-and-mortar education? 5 The answer is no. There will always be room for traditional classroom based education, because it offers things that e-learning cannot.
  17. 17. Will e-learning replace brick-and-mortar education? 5 The answer is no. There will always be room for traditional classroom based education, because it offers things that e-learning cannot. Kids’ socialization process Help them adjust to living, working and cooperating with other people. Courses that require physical presence Anything from sport schools to scuba diving and dance classes. Examples:
  18. 18. Will e-learning replace traditional learning as the core learning paradigm? 6
  19. 19. Will e-learning replace traditional learning as the core learning paradigm? 6 We believe yes. Kids will be accustomed to hybrid learning, and would likely opt for e-learning in their later education.
  20. 20. E-learning will effectively replace it as the dominant educational setting of the future. TO SUM UP Brick-and-mortar learning will continue, but it will not be what it used to be anymore.
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