In the traditional learning environment, feedback largely depends on the teacher’s skills in interpreting the students’ abilities. You may have the best training material available, but if the teacher cannot recognize when a student is having difficulty, the training becomes meaningless. A learning management system performs to its full potential only with feedback – after all, it is the student learning that is the goal of the training.
When you build an online course with FlexTraining, feedback is a given. You can trace with detail a student’s response and development in the training software. As a matter of fact, you can even trace mouse movements if the software is that attentive to the student’s online activities. You immediately know if a student is not learning, and you can adjust your training accordingly. For really good teachers, you can even adjust to specific students – you know which one is having difficulty over which part of the program.
Aside from the details of feedback, as a teacher, you no longer need to pour over tons of paperwork just checking quizzes and tests. A lot of things can be automated. By using the modern tools available at FlexTraining, you can do the job of teaching that much faster. The end result is that you can focus more on adjusting your training methods to teach better – and the students learn better as well. You can learn a lot of things from traditional methods of teaching, but with computers, you just become better at it because of the feedback.