You choose your own working pace at which the quality of the knowledge gained will be maximum. Myth 4. With distance education the lack of contact with the teacher. Being on distance learning, you communicate with their instructor via e-mail, chat rooms, in the classroom using Skype and a virtual board. Teacher sees the complete picture of your successes and failures, can track your every move in remote classroom time will tell what the cause of your errors. CMCSS has plenty of information regarding this issue. At any time convenient to you, you can receive the necessary advice from highly qualified instructors with extensive experience in teaching and training students. Myth 5. When teaching on-line information in printed form.
Through the use of new information and telecommunication technologies, you can not only study the materials, which are located at site (students have access to this educational information), not only the information from Internet sites, but also to communicate personally with the teacher in Skype, which lets you use visual and auditory memory, to attend the on-line lessons watch video lectures, presentations, listen to audio lectures. All this helps to not only better and more deeply explore new material, but also allows you to listen to it again to better memorize the necessary information. Myth 6. With distance learning are no practical exercises. Send you the practical tasks that must be done. If you experience problems, please refer to your remote tutor for an individual consultation on-line. This will serve as an analog of practical training at internal training.