By the term virtual classes we mean to teach the students by using visual models. It is scientifically proven that visual cues help us better to retrieve and remember information. The research outcomes on visual learning make complete sense when you consider that our brain is mainly an image processor, not a word processor.
In fact, the part of the brain used to process words is quite small in comparison to the part that processes visual images. Words are abstract and rather difficult for the brain to retain, whereas visuals are concrete and, as such, more easily remembered. For example, think about your past school days of having to learn a set of new vocabulary words each week. Now, think back to the first gift you had or some other life experiences. You can thank your brain’s amazing visual processor for your ability to easily remember life experiences. Your brain memorized these events for you automatically and without you even realizing what it was doing. Visual materials can support visually oriented, collaborative, and creative learning processes in education. Our goal is thus to encourage the student to facilitate with visual methods in a critical, reflective, and experimental way.
Virtual learning is accessible to anyone who has a computer, tablet or Smartphone.
Students can learn any course from any location on the move. Here the teacher is following you not vice versa.
Students can select their convenient time for learning. There is no longer any need to be in a classroom at a specific time on a specific day.
The cost is less than your tuition fee. Apart from that you need not pay for the transportation cost.
Students can study at their home. Parents need not worry about their child's safety. It is also convenient for those students who work with full time jobs and those who have other responsibilities that require their spatial movement and time.