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The Key Benefits of Classroom Learning

April 11, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 186

Although you need to spend a lump sum of money to organize classroom learning, still most of the schools, high schools, and colleges prefer to impart education through a traditional classroom set up. This is because classroom-based learning provide students the opportunity of face-to-face interaction with the teacher and a true self-study experience.

In this article, I have tried to discuss about the key benefits of organizing classroom learning.


In a traditional classroom, the teacher is available not only during the school hours, but also for a period before and after school. Unlike an online class, you have access to a one-to-one interactive session with the teacher any time during or after a class gets over for any further clarifications on the lesson taught. Accessibility also means students without access to computers or the internet cannot attend an online class.


Students are generally familiar with a classroom ambiance and teaching style. However, when online teaching is introduced, some students may not be able to adapt to such an innovative structure and hence their motivation to study will diminish. Students who cannot adapt to such structural changes as brought about by online learning will fall behind resulting in poor grades.


Computer-based learning may not be equipped to imbibe that certain level of discipline in students as believed. Flexible timings and the freedom to study at their own convenience can lead to a lack of discipline amongst students. Traditional classroom learning lays emphasis on the importance of discipline, as students need to attend classes on time failing which they may be subjected to severe punishments. Working as a group under strict disciplinary measures is what students get to learn all throughout their educational career in traditional classrooms.

Social and Educational Development

In traditional classrooms, students interact with their peers and the teacher face-to-face. The environment encourages learners to be more social and friendly with others. Additionally, students can directly approach the teacher with their queries which he or she can solve instantly. Online learning cannot provide the type of attention that some students require in order to overcome their weaknesses. Thus, traditional classroom-styled learning can provide both social and educational development through constant human interaction.

Instructor-led Trainings

Online or computer-based learning may suffer when pursued during working hours. Working students may fail to provide the necessary attentiveness to understand a lesson or complex math problem. Instructor-led trainings in classrooms demand sincere concentration and learning environment by taking students away from their desktops. Students can give their utmost attention to the subject-matter taught and discussed. Additionally, the instructors can request for feedbacks from the students at the end of each class and likewise change his/her teaching style to accommodate the specifications of the student fraternity.

Thus, traditional classroom learning provides structured classes, timely delivery of lessons along with well-equipped and controlled facilities and infrastructure to provide a great learning environment.

Jonathon is a professional trainer. He employs latest technology for online class registration and online training registration that results in more attendance and ROI.

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