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Teachers are now moving beyond the use case of recording lectures and then sending URL of these recorded video lectures to the learners to view who after viewing send feedback to the teacher and the teacher then reads the feedback and answers students queries. Not only is this method inefficient as it seeks to replace a real time conversation with delayed one, but also not fast enough. Multiple factors are aiding the growth of online education. Virtual classrooms the world over are helping teachers adopt more real time teaching - helping their students learn no matter where they are. These classes generally include both audio and video components as well as text chat and whiteboards/ content sharing too. Further, you can also stream videos and hear your students too. You can teach anyone - anywhere in the world, and your students now do not need to miss the class because they had a flu or because they could not travel 2 hours to attend your class. Live video and audio learning is the future of education - experience the leading Virtual Classroom solution in this online demonstration.
Pinon Hills, United States
Mark Cruthers is a high school AP US History teacher & (reader #95982) at Rancho Cucamonga H.S. in Southern California. Mr. Cruthers is the original consulting teacher as part of the April, 2007 launch of Wiziq and is on the WiZiQ Board of Advisors since its founding.