E-learning makes me remember of “waiting for Godot”
E-learning, a unique way giving space to those who are finding themselves in the well packed field and also offering them to come out and settle in the comfortable zone. It’s better to breath in the fresh air than to suffocate in the well packed field.
Virtual classrooms are rapidly fetching learning enthusiasts by creating a new world full of technical advancement and also giving students an opportunity to construct a new shining road which would take them in the direction of success.
Traditional classrooms are the root of pedagogical world must not be ignored while talking about e-learning but it has to be unfolded that people in the world have started accepting or preferring virtual classrooms over traditional classrooms.
“Virtual classrooms cannot replace traditional classrooms but the modification and a change in the teaching methods can do the magic and keep the boredom away without even changing the main motive of imparting high quality education”
When an option of e-learning appears it makes me remember of Samuel Beckett’s world famous play “Waiting for Godot” dealing with a theme of repetition and it conveys a very simple message that everything is scripted and a change is a part of life in order to keep boredom away and life will be dull and monotonous by following the same track throughout your life.
Vladimir and estrogen, two chief characters in the play are the most frustrated human beings on earth as they are fed up with their lives as they could not gear up and welcome the change but, why should we wait for students to come up with the same mentality and frustrated nature. We must approach before they come up and we must give students the authority to embrace e-learning or tradition learning whichever serves the needs best.
Well, it’s indeed needless to remark because its crystal cleared that e-learning must be seen as an another track being constructed with a hope to take the learning enthusiasts in the new dazzling, well emerged world filled with the fresh air .