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Relative Advantage Chart Adult Education

Learning Problems Technologies Relative Advantage Expected Outcome
English: Students
unable to
pronounciate words
correctly
!rammar "itness Allows students to
prepare
themselves #or
!E$ and other
educational
#acilities
Students are able
to learn new words
and spea% them
correctly
Students are
unable to write
correct sentences
Paragraph Punch This so#tware o&er
tutorials and
practice exercises
to teach correct
grammar and
punctuation
Students become
more com#ortable
in sentence
structure and
grammar Allowing
them to spea%
louder and clearer
Students are a#raid
to voice opinions
because limited
vocabulary
'ocabOnecom This is training
so#tware that
allows students to
increase their
vocabulary through
tutorials( drills and
practice exercises
Students become
more pro)cient in
their language
This increases their
sel#*esteem and
educational level
They will be
allowed to wor% at
their own pace
Math: Students
are a#raid o#
providing wrong
answer to
problems
+ath Educator This so#tware
allows students to
become pro)cient
in math e,uations
through drill
exercises and
simulations
Students wor% at
their own pace
during learning
exercises +a%es
learning easier #or
students
Students learn
#aster than other
students
+icroso#t
+athematics
Allow students to
learn math
concepts in various
levels through
simulations(
tutorials( drill -
practice exercises
Students are
allowed to wor%
problems at their
own pace Once
they )nish one
level they can
advance to another
level or tier
Students are a#raid
to wor% in teams
.en%acom This interactive
so#tware that
allows students to
wor% as teams or
alone Students
learn math
e,uations through
a variety o#
simulations(
,ui//es( and drills
- practice
exercises
Students learn to
wor% together as a
team They also
learn to share and
become #amiliar
with other people
ideas and problem
solving techni,ues
Science: Students
are a#raid o# the
un%nown
Element
!orillacom
Through a series o#
chemistry drills(
chemical elements(
text box( drop box(
and multiple choice
,uestions0 students
learn a variety o#
science s%ills
Lessons are
interesting and #un
and allows student
to practice hands
on or alone
1ot enough
experiments #or all
students
Physioncom Simulations(
experiments( and
virtual learning
ma%e up this
interactive
so#tware
All students are
able to participate
in exercises This
provides hands on
learn through
interactive
learning
Students are a#raid
o# not learning with
other students
Speed anatomy This so#tware
allows students to
learn human
anatomy through
interactive
so#tware
Sel#*paced
learning Provides
students to learn
as a team
Too much
in#ormation at one
time
Enig/ocom Students learn
through exploring
#acts( ,ui//es and
exercises
Students prepare
themselves by
decreasing
in#ormation and
learning #acts
easier