This week we looked at how different countries around the world are pursing online education. During the instructional team’s lesson, one of the things Dan mentioned was how some people are “anti-online education” and why they felt it was less effective. After reading Josie’s post and seeing her list of pro’s, I started thinking why some people are against online education. My conclusion was “on the job” training. For instance, when I did part of my student teaching in the village, I had limited one-to-one interaction with the instructors and my peers. However, when I did the other half of my student teaching on campus, I had a lot of interaction with both. Both instances certainly had it’s advantages and disadvantages. For instance like Josie mentioned online education’s pros: flexibility and cost.