Blended Learning is combination of both the offline and online instruction where students interact with instructors and their colleagues with both a physical classroom and an online platform. I t is also known as a type of fusion between traditional education and modern methodology that sues technology not only to supplement, but to transform and improve the learning process. However, now Blended Learning has already established itself as one of the most important trends for this century due to COVID-19.
As internet access increased and distance education emerged and began to consolidate, we realized the importance of seeking more innovative teaching models.
Our goal is to meet the needs of new generations of students for a more efficient, interesting, personalized education and connected with this reality in which technology that stand out include:
Greater time flexibility.
Decreases the need for mobility.
It promotes integration among participants with a consequent exchange of experiences.
Facilitates student assessment.
Gives you more time to develop other skills.
Better learning results through the use of more diverse means of information.
Cambridge Checkpoint is designed to assess learners at Year 6 (Primary) and Year 9 (Secondary). It is available in English as a second language, mathematics and science. It gives valuable feedback on learners’ strengths and weaknesses before they progress to the next stage of education .
The IGCSE approach to teaching is to introduce the students to a variety of subjects and encourage them to make connections between them. IGCSE focuses on developing the student’s understanding, skill, and knowledge in the following areas:
The application of knowledge and understanding to new as well as unfamiliar situations.
The flexibility and responsiveness to change.
Working and communicating in English.
The IB offers an education for student’s form age 3 to 19, comprising of four programmes that focus on teaching student’s to think critically and independently, and how to inquire with care and logic. The IB prepares student’s to succeed in a world where facts and fiction merge in the news, and where asking the right questions is a crucial skill that will allow them to flourish long after they’ve left our programmes.
Academic Year Plan
Each subject teacher will provide a full academic year plan. This plan will be covering the whole syllabus including the revisions and the assessments scheduled times.
This plan will be followed weekly, to insure the whole process efficiency.
Structured Self – Learning
Instead of having any subject once a week, students will go through the subject 3 to 4 times a week, as we will focus on instilling the concepts followed by quizzes and assignments to test their understanding. Each student will learn according to his/her abilities since he/she will be able to pause, rewind or stop the video until he makes sure to fully understand it.
Student’s performance analysis
Our student’s performance analysis function will help us to track and analyse the student’s performance through tests & quizzes. This analysis is to detect their weaknesses and to troubleshoot it on the spot before it becomes a complicated problem and affect his/her performance.
FACE – TO – FACE Interaction
Students will attend twice a month with our teachers. Our teachers will be following the students’ performance to be able to structure a meeting with them to discuss each one’s problem, help with understanding complicated concepts & obstacles and to do more practice in order to improve their performance and extend their understanding.