Students at schools and universities learn far more from lessons with teachers than from other sources (such as the Internet and television). To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Students who study
at
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in
schools and tertiary institutions
gain
more knowledge from teachers than from any other mode of learning
such
as the internet and television. In my opinion, I totally agree with
this
statement as teachers are better equipped with the necessary skills and the persons being taught can get clarified on anything they don't understand.
To begin
, there are many ways students
gain
more information from what is being taught by teachers.
Firstly
, the availability of qualified teachers
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This
means that
,
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when teachers with the necessary skills are employed to teach these students
,
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,
they inculcate the right technique of teaching them and by so doing
,
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,
these individuals being taught,
gain
more knowledge
.
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.
This
is exemplified in Futo, a federal university in the eastern part of Nigeria, in the mechanical engineering department
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when the students attested to the fact that their lecturers teach them with diagrams and
thus
making them learn more
.
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.
Secondly
, when they do not comprehend
,
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,
they seek for
explanation
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an explanation
and
then
the conflicting issue is resolved.
This
infers that if
there
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they're
is
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Is
any unclear meaning, they get answers when they ask questions which is not readily available with the use of the internet.
For example
, a study recently conducted amongst the 200 level students of Alvan Ikoku College of Education
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,
department of Crop Science revealed that the students preferred their instructors teaching them to studying through online media because their coach made sure they perfectly understood what is being taught by
further
explanations when asked. In conclusion, the ability to rectify compounding issues and the presence of qualified trainers with the requisite training are some of the reasons why students
gain
more knowledge from teachers as compared to electronic studying.

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