Online Learning is here to stay. Some say that online teaching and learning is parallel to the printing press and that online learning effects are permanent and paradigmatic. With the drive of such conglomerate entities as MOOC and COURSERA, online learning is easily delivered to households across the boards. Additionally, online learning is becoming more readily adopted within the lower levels of the elementary classrooms in a hybrid fashion, facilitating improved learning for a more diverse student group.
As educators, we need to invest in our students by teaching them to think and interact with the world around them. We should not be focused on teaching them to pass the test so we as professionals can be deemed successful teachers of test-
And lastly, is there really such a thing as value free education? If there is, then information givers do not need to be human vessels, nor is it necessary for human beings to assess whether or not the information has been processed correctly. Technology can simply replace each of these functions, and indeed, in many situations it already has. By opening the hybrid concept to a global and inter-