For a long time, part-time education with remained the best option for employed, working professionals who sought to improve their skills, receive additional education, or master a new direction. Distance learning in psychology (distance learning psychology) some time ago was an excellent opportunity for people working in other areas to gain knowledge in this specialty and change their field of activity. But technology does not stand still, and now it is distance learning that is the most convenient and suitable form of education for adults. What are the differences between distance learning and distance learning?

Correspondence form (distance learning psychology) with necessarily implies the presence of a student at the university several times a year (during lectures and passing the session). Unlike distance learning, distance learning is completely remote: lectures, seminars, workshops, tests and exams – all this is done using Internet technologies, the student does not need to be present at the institute in person.

Another important difference: distance learning provides an opportunity to build an individual learning schedule, which is especially valuable for very busy people (you can coordinate the delivery of various papers, tests, exams with a schedule of business trips, vacations, etc.). Distance learning implies greater independence than in correspondence form, as well as a slightly different role of the teacher, who acts more as an assistant and guide.