Learning can be a struggle if you are still attuned with the traditional approach of training despite choosing the new way of customised e-learning modules. Over the years, learning methodology has constantly evolved from physical books to the virtual classroom and economically accessible laptops, smartphones, and tablets. Many schools, colleges, and corporate houses have restructured their learning and training modules by using LMS software and made it accessible to everyone. Today e-learning is highly personalised and can be accessible via internet and cloud based system.
E-learning is not a new idea; it’s an old practice that emerged from the distance way of learning. Few decades before, distance education was the only hope for the students and professionals who were unable to attend regular classes or somehow missed the opportunity of schooling in early days of their life. This cognitive approach of applied education came into existence in the early seventies, although it was implemented in schools and colleges in nineties. Thereafter many companies deployed E- learning training and development modules to train their employees.
According to elearning industry reports, Global growth rates of e-learning industry have exponentially increased and India surpasses the list by 55%. Similarly, LMS market is worth 4 billion in 2015 and expected to grow 18 billion till 2018. India is the most emerging market in future which accounts pools of the learner in untapped rural and semi-urban market.
Flexibility and customization reinforce new way of e-learning pedagogy accessible to all level of students and corporate professionals. The anytime and anywhere way of instructional learning saves plenty of time for them who do not have time to sit in the classrooms and missed the college and university degree. Not only the college goers but primary scholars have greatly benefited from it. It empowers them to have a chance to meet the global standards of the curriculum.
In other words, we can infer that it’s an unrestricted way of learning for the students. The real scenario based practical learning is easy to remember and it also make the subject more interesting. Students can directly learn about the subject which they don’t know instead of learning repetitively chapters in the classroom. Some people also argue that it may cause health related problems and learner may isolate from outside world, but this disagreement seems tiny amid the benefits of e-learning.
E-learning is ever evolving and the future of learning includes gamification, cloud-based tutorial programs, and audio video lingual approach of integrated learning. With the advent of technology, the Internet will be the primary source of learning in next decades. Similarly, in business, LMS will play a pivotal role in unified learning.
Paras have implemented the digital audio video approach of linguistic learning methodology in different schools and colleges. The learning module uses cultural acquisition technique for better memorization and attention of detail, to make learning more fun and interactive new simulation and game-based approach has been initiated to the schools and colleges. The learning programs are successfully running in Rajasthan and launched in Uttar Pradesh, Keeping in mind students demography and different segmentation, the learning method is customized for each level of learners. For more information about the Paras learning approach; kindly send email to email@example.com.