At the beginning of 2021, Maestro Sersea began offering a free, 5-year online English course for international English Learners. This course begins with beginning English skills and gradually offers more advance content. Students receive access to 4 lessons each week, as well as a weekly newsletter via email. So far, thousands of English Learners from all over the world have registered for this free online American English course.
What are Online Courses?
— Online courses are self-directed, online educational programs that allow any student to enroll and learn at their own pace. There are many benefits to taking an online course. They provide an alternative way for students who can’t make it to class due to work or other commitments. The student might not even know the instructor because these instructors teach at universities all over the country. Another benefit is that all assignments are done on the computer.
— Online courses are a way for students to take a course without going to a physical school. The primary benefits of an online course are convenience and flexibility. Online courses offer a schedule that is not limited by the availability of in-person classes, proximity to the university, or transportation options. Students can complete an online course from their own home or any location where they have access to the Internet. In addition, students can work at their own pace and according to their personal needs and schedules.
— Online courses are offered by many accredited universities which allow the student to take the course from the comfort of their own home. Courses can be taken on a “per-course” basis or as part of a degree program. There are many advantages to taking an online course, including convenience, reduced tuition costs, and self-paced learning.
The benefits of taking an online course are many.
— Online education is a relatively new educational trend in higher education, and it has been met with both excitement and controversy. Some students enjoy the flexibility of online courses, while others contend that online courses focus too heavily on content rather than critical thinking skills.
Students who take advantage of this option enjoy the freedom to work from anywhere, the ability to study at their own pace, and the opportunity to concentrate on one class without also worrying about fulfilling requirements for other classes.