A traditional classroom is where a teacher moderates and regulates the flow of information and knowledge. Students are expected to continue developing their knowledge of a subject outside of school through homework exercises. Here, students’ main resource is their instructor who only teaches them face-to-face.
A traditional classroom involves a standard curriculum delivered by a teacher in-person. Standardized tests are administered at regular intervals to test students’ comprehension. This model is where students’ time, place and pace of learning remain constant.