Conventional learning is evolving with the help of computers and online technology. New ways of learning are now available, and improved access is one of the most important benefits available. People all around the world are experiencing improved mobility as a result of the freedom and potential that online learning provides, and as academic institutions and learning organisations adopt online learning technologies and remote-access learning, formal academic education is becoming increasingly legitimate. This essay argues the contemporary benefits of online learning, and that these benefits significantly outweigh the issues, challenges and disadvantages of online learning. Online learning is giving people new choices and newfound flexibility with their personal learning and development. Whereas before, formal academic qualifications could only be gained by participating in a full time course on site, the internet has allowed institutions to expand their reach and offer recognized courses on a contact-partial, or totally virtual, basis.
Video games are one of the greatest inventions to ever be created. I say this because they have been played and enjoyed for generations. Video games have helped lots of people in lots of different ways like if you had something bad going on in your life, video games can help you escape all of that Now with all of the popularity of videogames there are people out there who are against teenagers, young children, or anyone in general playing them. Videogames being so popular among our youth has gained the attention of parents and other Parents need to step up and monitor what type of video games their kids are playing.
Do individuals possess free will and are morally responsible for their actions, or is everything predetermined for them and thus are not responsible for actions committed? This essay will discuss free will as well as determine a possible answer for whether there is such a thing as free will and moral responsibility. For my argument, I believe since everyone has some form of moral responsibility, no one can have full possession of free will. This will be supported through ideas of consequentialism, incompatibilism, and examining human physiology, including neuroscience. To begin discussing about free will, one has….
E-books are online textbooks with interactive content that helps better explain readings and class notes. The one-to-one technology equipped with e-books, enables students to learn at their own pace. Children are able to work at their own pace and take as much or as little time to learn what they are being taught as they need. Students who have been working with technology have been proven to take more ownership of their learning, which has showed great strides in education.