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What do you think about "Virtual Schools"? I go to one. But I still have to drive to a school. We learn on the computers.

asked Sep 15 '10 at 19:55

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Madison Tries

edited Apr 12 '12 at 03:24

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When I did my MCSE about 10 years ago...did it both ways. Went to a classroom and did it with the books/CBT's/online. The classroom was too extensive...while the books and such allowed me to study whenever I wanted...rather than on someone else's time.

As for the current trend toward doing high school online...I am a substitute teacher and could not see any of the students I know doing this route. The reason...the motivation factor. If they have trouble staying on task with me/other substitute teachers...there would be no way for them to do the work required without a task master going after them to get the work done.

answered Sep 16 '10 at 08:07

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I think you do not learn as well as someone physically teaching you something. Unless you are very self encouraging..I do not suggest doing it.

answered Sep 15 '10 at 19:55

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I personally need a to be in the same room as a teacher. I can not learn stuff on my own like some people do with online classes.

It is probably great for some people, but for me and others, it just will not work.

answered Sep 15 '10 at 21:46

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There are teachers at my school. One in every room.

(Sep 15 '10 at 21:54) Madison Tries Madison%20Tries's gravatar image
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