The UK is set to become the first country in the world to allow online tutor providers to operate on its roads
UK has announced plans to launch a programme allowing online tutoring providers to sell courses through its roads, as part of a push to bring more technology into the classroom.
A draft of the bill, which will be voted on by MPs, will give the industry a £10m licence to operate and operate online in the UK.
“There’s a significant appetite among the population and businesses that it’s important that people can access information and services they need to improve their lives,” said Peter Taylor, the chief executive of the Society of Independent Educators (SIEE).
“It’s also a key area of need to ensure that the public are able to access information that is needed and helps them to achieve their goals.”
Teachers can choose to take part in online learning from anywhere in the country and from a range of providers, including tutors and virtual learning platforms such as Skype and Google Cloud.
But in the short term, the UK will only allow online providers to offer courses in London, Edinburgh and Birmingham, with a final decision on whether the licence will extend to Wales and the Isle of Wight yet to be taken.
The move follows a number of other countries, including France, Germany, Spain and the Netherlands, which have introduced similar schemes to allow for online learning.
Currently, some universities in the US, UK and Australia allow for virtual and online learning, but the UK is the first to make it a requirement for course delivery.
The UK is not the only country in Europe to make online education a requirement in higher education.
In France, students can now take courses on the basis of a work permit in exchange for paying the cost of attending a virtual learning centre.
“This is not a new approach.
In many countries, students have been enrolled in virtual learning centres for a long time,” said Leslie Caulfield, the head of education at the University of Bristol.”
They’re able to choose courses, to get them online and to get their work permit to do it.””
In the United States, there’s been a lot of interest, particularly in the technology sector, to make virtual learning more accessible and accessible for students, particularly with respect to the work permit.”‘
The internet is here to stay’Teachers, parents and the public will still need to be trained on the basics of teaching, as they do in any modern classroom.
But the new regime will make it easier for the UK to train teachers to be able to teach online and teach in the classroom, which has been one of the biggest hurdles for many UK learners.
“The internet will not disappear, it’s here to remain,” said Professor Caulf, of the University College London.
“It will allow for better online learning and for learning that is accessible to all.”
We need to make sure that we have the best education possible for the children that we serve.
There’s no doubt that we are on the right path.
According to a spokesperson for the British Association for Teaching and Leadership, the proposed new regime could make online learning accessible to more than 10,000 students a year. More:”
This will mean that more students will be able access a range and variety of tutoring services, with providers working to deliver the content they offer, to suit the needs of the individual student,” said Dr Mark Hickey, head of the Faculty of Education at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
According to a spokesperson for the British Association for Teaching and Leadership, the proposed new regime could make online learning accessible to more than 10,000 students a year. More: