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INTRODUCTION

Rationale

These days’ online courses/training have become extremely popular, as more and more

institutes and companies are offering courses online. However, despite the popularity of online

education, vast groups of people consciously stay away from such methods, mostly due to

misconception. At the same time, despite the rising popularity of online courses, traditional

(classroom) training is fighting back and trying to adopt newer means of retaining learners'

interest. There are always two sides of a coin. For some, online training is more appropriate,

while for others classroom training is the preferred delivery method. (De, 2018)

Today, there are the extreme shift in the structure of the workforce and the education,

establishing the use of new technologies as on necessary and important tool for successful life.

It is now a knowledge-based society, exhibiting an ever-increasing demand for innovative

ways of delivering education. Therefore, most of people desire to use these new technologies

in order to expand their knowledge and require new skills. These have led to change in the way

of learning. It is found that the advancement of computer and network technologies have

contributed to make the way to educate people very difference from how it was previously

done. (Titthasiri, 2013)

Traditional learning involves a physical place where students and teacher can interact

whereas E-learning is pursued in an e-space where a server and internet browsing interface is

to be there. Due to a constant trend of growing student numbers across the world traditional

learning will be expensive. The reason behind is the physical engagement of a teacher in this
method which involves payment to the teacher for his service and other required support assets.

E-learning can be a method which can ensure reduced cost while enhancing the outcome in the

learning system. It is based on wireless communication networks which are widely and rapidly

used due to the flexibility, freedom to use that it promotes an effective learning system. (Singh,

n.d.)

Setting

The researchers will be conducting the study at Davao Doctors College and the participants

involved in the study are the Grade 11 students.

Literature Foundation

E‐learning systems are considerably changing education and organizational training. With

the advancement of online‐based learning systems, learner control over the instructional

process has emerged as a decisive factor in technology‐based forms of learning. However,

conceptual work on the role of learner control in e‐learning has not advanced sufficiently to

predict how autonomous learning impacts e‐learning effectiveness. To extend the research on

the role of learner control in e‐learning and to examine its impact on e‐learning effectiveness,

this study reviews 54 empirical articles on learner control during the period 1996–2013. The

findings are then applied to derive a conceptual framework as a reference model to illustrate

how learner control affects e‐learning effectiveness. The findings provide new insights into the

role and different dimensions of learner control in e‐learning with implications for learning

processes and learning outcomes. (Sorgenfrei & Smolnik, 2016)


Seriousness of the Problem

Both learning systems has its own complications such that E – learning makes the

interaction between the student and the teacher will be inadequate, whereas Traditional

learning is very behind of the knowledge of the modern technologies which means that

everything that they do will be slow yet effective.

General Objectives

The study’s general objective is to provide information on how both learning systems

influences the educational career of a student.

General Purpose

The purpose of the study is to provide explicit information about the two learning systems.

Statement of the Study

Scopes and Delimitations of the Study

This study will be conducted at Davao Doctors Colleges. The participants of this study will

be the grade 11 students. Due to the change of academic way from the traditional learning to

e-learning. This study will determine on how it influences the students in both academic ways.

It also determines how students manage the change of culture when it comes to academic
learning. This study will get to know a student’s opinion to what is more effective for them if

its e-learning or traditional learning.

Significance of the study

The researchers aim to determine how influential the e-learning and traditional

learning to the following:

STUDENTS, since e-learning has been implemented to the learning system. This study

will be able to provide explicit information about its complications and how are the

students will cope with those certain variables.

TEACHERS, it also influences the teachers since they used to traditional learning. They

won’t hassle any paper works by the help of e-learning.

ENVIRONMENT, in order to have less deforestation and further disaster.


Bibliography

De, B. (2018). Traditional Learning Vs. Online Learning. Retrieved from

https://elearningindustry.com/traditional-learning-vs-online-learning

Singh, A. K. (n.d.). A Comparative Study between Traditional Learning and E-Learning.

Retrieved from

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/46419957_A_Comparative_Study_between_Tr

aditional_Learning_and_E-Learning

Sorgenfrei, C., & Smolnik, S. (2016). The Effectiveness of E‐Learning Systems. A Review of the

Empirical Literature on Learner Control.

Titthasiri, W. (2013). A Comparison of E-Learning and Traditional Learning:Experimental

Approach.