Thursday, May 6, 2010


Online education has become an outlet for many students who seek higher education but cannot or will not attend classes in the classroom. Unfortunately, the drop out and failure rates of online classes is substantially higher than traditional education. Exploring the reasons why students enroll in these classes and finding ways to motivate them to do well lies in the hands of education restructuring and finding ways to promote better performance. The use of Constructivism will ultimately cut down the failure rate, making online education a profitable resource for universities.

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