Leonardo Silveira Posted about 2 years ago e-learning is b-learning Anders means you can adapt lesson flow in traditional class. Imagine adding that pertinent life experience one student had. Or adding a specific explanation. Or discussing another topic, maybe cause someone had a interest about a "unique field". While i don't like this mutually exclusive way of teaching, i can see reasons. It might be true for some areas where 6 months introduce great changes, or even between hours classes, in this situation, it could be class focus is at wrong subject? I mean for closed fields -if they exist, and there is no need to change- it's a good solution. Otherwise, people can productively argue on comments, imagine 4 thousand smart people crossing thoughts.