Make the world your classroom

Audio-visual is an important part of education today because it helps students learn in a better way. That’s one reason the use of audio-visual aids in teaching, learning, and research has been increasing over the years. The speed at which students can access information instantly and share it with others has greatly improved. What’s more, students can now understand concepts and ideas better and faster.

A hybrid classroom is one where the student and the educator, or information source, are not physically present in a traditional classroom environment. Information is relayed through technology, such as discussion boards, video conferencing, and online assessments. Remote Learning can occur synchronously with real-time peer-to-peer interaction and collaboration, or asynchronously, with self-paced learning activities that take place independently of the instructor.