Corsalite is a strong advocate of collaboration- be it between students, or between students and us. We believe that social interaction and gamification can enforce learning. Below are just some of the ways we encourage collaborative learning:
Forums are a great way to get your queries and doubts solved- both by peers and by experts- and to create a dialogue between many on any particular topic. Students can help each other by posting questions of their own and by responding to others’ questions. You are bound to learn a thing or two and discover new things just by going through forum posts. Corsalite monitors are always at the ready to intervene, in case things get too heated or if no one is able to answer a particular query.
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” – Benjamin Franklin
If you want to create your own study group within Corsalite, then our chat rooms will be perfectly handy. You can add anybody you want and when they’re online, you will be notified. We aim to introduce video chat facility- so keep an eye out for that.
“Any fool can know. The point is to understand.”– Albert Einstein
We believe that virtual classrooms are the future and we’re getting there just a bit earlier here at Corsalite. Real time virtual classrooms are a great way to ensure that highly rated lectures and professors are available to the masses easily. You can access lectures from anywhere at any time- all you need is an internet connection and a device to view the site with.
Our real time virtual classrooms will allow you to participate, ask questions and interact with other participants. You will also have the ability to pick and choose your instructors based on ratings provided by other students like you. Which brings us to-
“Learning gives creativity, Creativity leads to thinking,
Thinking provides knowledge, Knowledge makes you great.”– A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
You, as a student, are used to having your work judged, corrected and compared against others constantly. Well, here’s your chance to rate your teacher. You can rate the content provided here based on the usefulness, depth, ease of reading, creativity and so on.
Ratings are a great way for you to save time by reading content that worked well with your peers. This system also encourages lecturers to do their best and produce original, creative content.
“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”– Mahatma Gandhi