Online classes combine video and live lectures with

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child using the following children's education calculator. Online classes combine video and live lectures with class reading and testing. They usually take place via a virtual portal, which enables students to collect reading material, to interact and to monitor progress, teachers and classmates. Many online classes are generally self-running and students can choose a slot for their study. These lessons also offer a certain timetable in some instances and the student must be available to maximise his/her study. Examples of such online courses are MOOCs offered by different organisations. During the pandemic this kind of class got a boost. All educational institutions had to shut down because the disease COVID-19 had spread globally and had to teach via the web. But it is advisable to have a good, stable internet connection to use the benefits of these classes. As with traditional classes, the workload of online classes depends on the difficulty of the course. More than one course can also be taken by the user on the web. It allows their productivity to be maximised. Thus, the user can plan his time, so that work, school and
family are balanced.

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