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Learning

For most schools around the world, teaching and learning take place in traditional classrooms. But increasingly, educators are beginning to explore options for delivering the curriculum online- particularly due to the Covid pandemic.

For some, this means a blended or hybrid model including some online and some face-to-face teaching. Other providers offer a completely online approach that suits learners who can’t attend school in person for medical or practical reasons.

There are many benefits to online education:

  • Flexible locations – learners can study wherever they are, even if they move to a different city or country.

  • More individual support to meet learning needs – online classes tend to be smaller with more opportunities for one-to-one support. from a tutor, and can be more targeted to learners’ particular learning styles and needs.

  • Unlike in-person education methods, online education tends to be more affordable.

British Curriculum

The British Curriculum is a rigorous program of study that begins in the nursery school and ends with GCSEs (General Certificate of Education) at age 16. The curriculum is an undertaking to allow students to discover, to build their knowledge, and to develop their learning and life skills.

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American Curriculum

The American or US Curriculum is based on American Common Core State Standards for English, Language Arts, Math, History & Geography, and Next-Generation Science Standards. This gives more creative freedom to tailor the curriculum based on individual needs.

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