In Canada, we start school around age 4-5, (kindergarten). We learn the alphabet, write our name, and learn extremely basic math. At age 6 we start grade one, then grade 2 the next September, etc.,. until we get to grade 12 when we are about 17 years old. After that we can attend college, university, a trade school, or not continue formal education after high school (grade 9 - 12). During the 13 years of mandatory education (from ages 4 - 17ish) all years include; Math (algebra, geometry, calculus, etc.,.), Language Arts (English, reading, writing, literature, composition, reading comprehension, theatre, etc.,.), Science (biology, chemistry, physics), History, Geography, French, and in later years we can select electives of interest.
Therefore, I had;
13 Math teachers
13 English teachers
13 Science teachers
13 History teachers
13 Geography teachers
13 French teachers
Then in college I had several different art teachers, design teachers, business teachers, economic teachers, marketing teachers, communication teachers, etc.,.
You get my point.
I had to take the same school subjects annually, but taught by different teachers. Each teacher had their own style, personality, logic, and class design.
Online education platforms like Skillshare, Udemy, Teachable, edX, and Coursera offer thousands of courses, many about the same subject but taught by different teachers. Because online education is new-ish, people haven't quite wrapped their minds around the fact that it's okay to have the same subject taught by different teachers. In fact, we should be accustom to the practice. Every online teacher has their own approach to their subject. One student can take the same online subject taught by three different teachers and get something new from the class every time.
Our fast-paced society demands that we keep up with 'the latest" to move forward. We are evolving and becoming used to the accelerated pace of the world.
(The ADHD and Bipolar2 brain have found success in shorter lessons in online education platforms. The rest of the world has caught up to ADHD and Bipolar2 minded students and are finding their own place in online education.
Muggles, we welcome you.)
Instead of questioning if the same subject can successfully be taught by different teachers, we should embrace the luxury or variety and remember that this is not a new concept.
The future of education is moving online. Early adopters can be confident that they are ahead of the game and enjoy their success.