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According to mentoring.org, at-risk students with mentors are 55% more likely to enroll in college, 78% more likely to volunteer regularly, 90% more likely to become interested in becoming a mentor, and 130% more likely to hold leadership positions than their un-mentored peers.
Asynchronous classes let students complete their work on their own time. Students are given a timeframe – it’s usually a one-week window – during which they need to connect to their class at least once or twice. The good news is that in asynchronous courses, you could hit the books no matter what hour of day (or night).
Synchronous learning is when classes occur on set schedules and time frames. Students and instructors are online at the same time in synchronous classes since lectures, discussions, and presentations take place at specific hours. All students must be online at that exact time in order to participate in the class.
During our call, we will go through your current situation to understand what is and isn’t currently working and identify how SchoolsPLP can help.
Our fully accredited courses offer certified virtual instructors to teach your students, so you can offer an expanded range of courses without the cost or employment of additional staff.
Virtual instruction is an excellent option for schools facing teacher shortages of funding issues, and the flexibility of our program ensures it can be easily implemented for a smooth transition.
Education today has to adapt to an ever-changing world and students facing a host of new and difficult obligations that threaten to get in the way of learning. Virtual courses can accommodate students with disabilities and chronic illnesses who are unable to consistently attend a physical facility, students with learning disabilities who need additional resources, or athletes who face frequent scheduling conflicts. It can even be used for summer school programs, so that students can manage familial or work obligations without falling behind. Additionally, the combination of visual, audio, and video resources that can be incorporated into a lesson plan will aid greatly in a student’s success, and real-time progress stacking and regular check-ins provide the benefits of face-to-face instruction without the time constraints.
A school-based mentoring program is a good way to help level the playing field for students who may not have as many advantages as others. According to mentoring.org, at-risk students with mentors are 55% more likely to enroll in college, 78% more likely to volunteer regularly, 90% more likely to become interested in becoming a mentor, and 130% more likely to hold leadership positions than their un-mentored peers.
As schools increasingly focus on social-emotional learning, they are seeing the benefits of mentorship more clearly. From a school administration standpoint, mentorship often improves attendance rates and academic performance. Mentors can be adults or older students and don’t have to necessarily provide tutoring to affect academic outcomes. Evidence shows that mentors who attain at least a “somewhat close” relationship with their peers can impact academic outcomes positively and that mentoring programs in schools that focus primarily on academics are no more likely to improve achievement than those focusing mostly on social activities.
By offering virtual instruction options, schools take the next step towards providing a customized, in-depth education that’s accessible to all students.
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