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With the advancement of technology education has made significant strides. Learning and development (L&D) that includes classes in the form of a classroom, and self-paced online learning methods, has been adapted to accommodate various styles and preferences for learning. One of these methods is live online learning, which provides learners with a more interactive and learning experience that is more collaborative for students. It is important to be aware of the differences between this method and the more conventional pre-recorded online course format before making a decision on which one is the best for your organization.

What is live learning?

Live learning online as the name implies is a virtual learning experience that allows students to communicate in real time with their teachers and classmates through a videoconferencing program such as Zoom. As opposed to other online learning techniques live classes emphasize the use of real-time communication between instructors and students, which allows students to answer any doubts they may have and aids in understanding of the material.

In order to maximize the effectiveness of a live classroom, it is recommended that instructors plan their classes in line with the goals and objectives of their overall course design. Instructors must, for example make sure that every Live Session adds value to the readings and recorded videos by elaborating and clarifying the material, applying it and practicing, debating and analysing.

Students in live classes create stronger bonds with classmates and instructors through group discussions and collaborations, which helps them stay engaged throughout the course. This is especially crucial in difficult subjects such as mathematics, chemistry Russian or Arabic, or web programming, which require a high degree of interaction and understanding.

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