Era of on­line learn­ing

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - BRIGHT KIDS -

BLENDED learn­ing in­te­grates face- to- face class­room time with on­line learn­ing fa­cil­i­tated by a class­room teacher, im­prov­ing the ef­fec­tive­ness of class­room learn­ing with tech­nol­ogy- en­hanced on­line ma­te­ri­als.

Eye Level has launched a new blended learn­ing pro­gramme called Eye Level Math On­line. The pro­gramme of­fers on­line prac­tice that pro­vides in­stant feed­back on top of its off­line learn­ing.

Stu­dents are able to learn new con­cepts through the book­lets with trained in­struc­tors at the cen­tre and re­ceive im­me­di­ate feed­back on their home­work that can be done on­line. In ad­di­tion, stu­dents’ re­sults and sta­tuses are com­piled and pro­vided as feed­back to the par­ents.

Par­ents will be amazed at how fast their chil­dren can be­come skilled with tech­nolo­gies at a very young age and see their chil­dren recog­nise their own achieve­ments through re­wards.

Eye Level’s self- di­rected learn­ing ( SDL) is a process by which in­di­vid­u­als take the ini­tia­tive, with or with­out the as­sis­tance of oth­ers.

SDL can be cul­ti­vated from the first day stu­dents step into an Eye Level cen­tre or at home. One of the ul­ti­mate goals of Eye Level Math On­line is to train mind flex­i­bil­ity and men­tal cal­cu­la­tion.

Eye Level Math On­line pro­vides an ef­fi­cient record for par­ents to stay up­dated on their chil­dren’s learn­ing.

Learn­ing can be fos­tered with a con­tin­u­ous com­mit­ment of mo­ti­vated stu­dents, ded­i­cated teach­ers and en­thu­si­as­tic par­ents, who work hard to meet ex­pec­ta­tions. As such, Eye Level Math On­line in­vites par­ents to par­tic­i­pate in max­imis­ing the ef­fi­ciency of their child’s learn­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

Be­sides parental in­volve­ment, Eye Level Math On­line’s em­pha­sis on flex­i­bil­ity and cre­ativ­ity through its four re­peated stud­ies help chil­dren de­velop bet­ter through a “prac­tice makes per­fect” method.

The pro­gramme also uses arith­metic math­e­matic games. The ben­e­fits of in­cor­po­rat­ing games into teach­ing and learn­ing are found in many re­search stud­ies in math­e­mat­ics education.

In a 2003 study by Mar­i­lyn Burns, the cre­ator and founder of math so­lu­tions pro­fes­sional de­vel­op­ment, games were found to pro­vide stu­dents with op­por­tu­ni­ties to prac­tise their skills and ap­ply math­e­mat­i­cal prin­ci­ples to prob­lem- solve, build their in­ter­est in math­e­mat­ics and make learn­ing fun as well as cre­ate var­i­ous ac­tiv­i­ties that are ed­u­ca­tion­ally valu­able.

One of the great­est ad­van­tages of Eye Level Math On­line games is that it pro­vides your child with a fun learn­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

Help­ing stu­dents be­come smart and happy is the ul­ti­mate aim of Eye Level Math On­line. It is de­signed to help learn­ers ap­proach math­e­mat­i­cal prob­lems with ease and fun with­out feel­ing un­nec­es­sar­ily bur­dened and stressed.

The Eye Level Blended Learn­ing Model, which con­tains both class­room learn­ing and on­line com­po­nents, is one of the most rapidly grow­ing learn­ing ap­proaches in the field of education. Eye Level stu­dents are ex­posed to a va­ri­ety of learn­ing tasks that they ap­proach with ex­cite­ment and mo­ti­va­tion.

The auto- grad­ing sys­tem in­stalled in Eye Level Math On­line al­lows stu­dents to un­der­stand their per­for­mances in­stantly and en­cour­age them to strive for im­prove­ment.

As chair­man of Eye Level em­pha­sises, the ul­ti­mate goal of education is to help chil­dren think for them­selves and re­alise the joy of learn­ing.

While be­com­ing a high- achiever is good, be­com­ing a happy learner is even bet­ter.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www. myeyelevel. com.

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