1. Distance LearningKazakh National Agrarian University
Performed: Kassymbek T
Checked: Skabaieva G
educational opportunities to students who are
unable to pursue on-site study. Written
correspondence courses, online classes and
other remote classroom delivery methods fall
under the category of distance learning.
are some pros and
cons of distance learning.
5. Distance Learning Pros:Convenience
courses when you need them, not
based on some college’s annual or
semester schedule. A course is as
close as a computer with an
Flexibility — with no set class times,
you decide when to complete your
assignments and readings. You set
the pace. In some programs, you
can even design your own degree
Availability — distance-learning
opportunities have exploded over
the past few years, with many
accredited and reputable programs.
Cost — prices are often cheaper for
online courses than traditional
college and trade courses — with
no housing or meals plans to worry
course, you can work on the course
just about anywhere you have
No Travel Expenses — you may
never even have to leave your
house to take an online course, and
certainly there are no relocation
No Interrupting Job/Career —
because distance learning courses
are located in cyberspace and
controlled by your pace, there is no
need to quit your current job.
8. Distance Learning Cons:No Instructor
your learning style is one
where you like personalized
attention from your teachers,
then online education will
probably not work for you.
No Social Interaction —
while you often interact with
classmates via email, chat
rooms, or discussion groups,
there are no parties or offline
change or new technologies, then online education will
probably not work for you.
Making Time — if you are one of those people who always
needs an extra push to complete work, you may have a
hard time making time for your online classes.
No Campus Atmosphere — part of the traditional college
experience, of course, is the beauty of the campus, the
college spirit — but you have none of that with distanceeducation courses.
11. The needs of distance learners1. Connect what you learn
with previous knowledge and
2. Don’t skip online classes
and submit your homework
3. Computer Skills
4. Available Resources
12. ConclusionDistance learning is relevant. The number of potential trainees
is 3-4 million per year, who take distance learning courses,
improve their skills, get a second or additional education in a
short period of time.
According to the criteria for the formation of knowledge and
skills, distance learning technology significantly exceeds the
qualitative parameters of distance learning. In addition,
distance learning programs are much cheaper than traditional