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Online Teaching Provides A Cultural Experience

01-30-2017 04:21 PM CET | Science & Education

Press release from: Inconvo

Inconvo is helping to bring cultural experiences to the classroom.

Inconvo is helping to bring cultural experiences to the classroom.

Imagine being able to learn endless cultural information from the comfort of your own home. As the future advances with new technologies and ways of life, it is time for us to advance in our experiences. There’s no better way to advance than gaining cultural maturity with online teaching and learning.

According to, “culture” is defined as, “the behaviors and beliefs characteristic of a particular social, ethnic, or age group.” Most people haven’t had the opportunity to experience a large variety of cultures around the world. However, teaching online has allowed people to get one step closer to uniting different world views and working together. It allows space to adapt new ideas while sharing familiar traditions. This is essential for teachers to constantly adapt to the classroom causing a positive environment. The more cultural experience the teacher has, the easier it is for them to adapt and create a social equilibrium in their classroom.

Computer-mediated communication (CMC) has fostered online classrooms and exposed new possibilities for gaining cultural experiences. A teacher from the US stated, “teaching middle eastern students has allowed me to step out of my bubble and gain a whole new perspective on the world and the way I teach. I have a symbiotic relationship because I teach English while learning loads of new cultural norms.” The rapid technology advances have caused a new world of learning. “Wild and Henderson (1997), argue that culture has a very strong influence on the management, design, and use of information, communication, and learning systems.” Combining this components with teaching essential to classrooms. Numerous people value the idea of having a cultural experience, but few people realize the full scale of benefits from immersion and new forms of contact.

With the support of Managing Director, Jillian Zavitz, Inconvo has adopted the blended learning method. For more information on how to get started learning with the blended method and Inconvo, visit or contact Managing Director, Jillian Zavitz today to get started, 19C Trolley Square Wilmington, Delaware 19806,, 1-302-353-4538. Inconvo proudly uses Oxford Publishing materials for ESL e-learning lessons.

At inconvo, we have carefully developed programs that ensure the wide spectrum of your unique requirements are met. Our programs are developed with you in mind to guarantee the greatest learning outcomes. All programs are delivered on our inconvo platform, a cutting edge SaaS Solution with capabilities that replicates a real life classroom all from the comfort of your own home or office.

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