Emma B, Ali W, McKenna D, Alexandra M, Katie H
Massive online open courses, or M.O.O.C., are the future of education because they:
- Strengthen Teacher & Student relationships
- make course material more available to students
- let teachers adapt to different learning styles
Student - Teacher Relationships.
"Online education also gives students more control over their education along with a more flexible schedule" (Margaret 1).
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