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Training Online Launches a New Lesson Type Using a Virtual Classroom

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Students and teachers connect in a virtual classroom, allowing teachers to engage with students, watch them react to lessons and respond to questions immediately, Training-Online.eu announces

Prague – March 11, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Training Online proudly announces the launch of a new lesson type, one that makes use of an online virtual classroom to allow students and teachers to connect in real time. With the help of the virtual classroom software, teachers and trainers may now engage directly with students, watch the students react to the lesson in real time, and respond to questions immediately. Furthermore, the platform allows for online collaboration and webinars.

“Using this software, teachers and trainers find they are better able to recreate the traditional classroom environment, one that allows for direct communication while increasing students’ attention. In the event a student is struggling, he or she simply shares the screen with the teacher to determine where the problem is and obtain help. Furthermore, students interact with each other using the platform, sharing ideas, and working together for the benefit of all. Online lessons are no longer impersonal when this method is used,” Jan Prochazka, spokesperson for Training Online s.r.o., explains.

Users often worry about making use of this type of program, as they must install additional software, browser extensions or plugins on their machine. This isn’t the case with the new virtual classroom, as it makes use of WebRTC, new technology heavily supported by Google. The goal is to provide a rich, high-quality Real-Time Communication application that is user-friendly and intuitive. This application works with a mobile device and on all modern browsers and platforms.

“E-learning opportunities continue to expand. In fact, this industry has grown by more than 900 percent over the past 16 years and does not appear to be slowing at all. Organizations find it to be of great benefit to them, as they are able to increase the learning opportunities for employees who may otherwise be overlooked. However, a positive user experience is needed to ensure these benefits are realized, and this is where our program excels,” Prochazka goes on to say.

With the help of e-learning opportunities, organizations find they can utilize the knowledge and experience of experts from around the world. Geographical limitations are eliminated, as students, teachers, and trainers can take part anywhere they have internet access. Furthermore, they engage with each other when using this platform, as opposed to simply having a student listen to a teacher or trainer with no means for interaction.

“Active participation is the key to successful online learning, as this most closely resembles the traditional learning environment. The rich media content, user-friendly navigation, and multiple language capabilities found in the virtual classroom presented by Training Online ensure students get the most from their course. In addition, the program may be used for webinar software and online collaboration, which companies find to be of great benefit to their organization. Check it out today, as we offer the solution you have been searching for,” Prochazka declares.

About Training Online s.r.o.:

Training Online offers an e-Learning platform which is cloud-based e-Learning software for educational agencies, mid-sized businesses, and coaching products with eShop solution where companies may offer all courses to internet users.

Contact Info:
Name: Jan Prochazka
Email: info@training-online.eu
Organization: TRAINING ONLINE s.r.o.
Address: Pod Rapidem 4
Phone: +420 732145886

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