While our preference remains for face-to-face interaction, the rise of online learning is undeniable and here to stay. Recognizing the diverse needs of our participants, many of whom may face challenges reaching our center in Dbayeh or reside in different countries, we have embraced a blended learning approach.
In our blended classes, participants have the flexibility to choose how they attend: either physically at our training center or online via Zoom. This approach ensures accessibility for all, regardless of location or circumstances.
To ensure the success of our blended learning model, we have focused on the following key aspects:
By offering online options, we remove geographical barriers, allowing participants from around the world to join our courses.
Our blended format provides flexibility for participants to choose the mode of attendance that best suits their schedule and preferences.
We prioritize interactive sessions, whether in-person or online, to keep participants engaged and foster a sense of community within the group.
Our instructors are trained to effectively manage blended classrooms, providing support and guidance to both in-person and online participants.
Our online learners feel like they have a private instructor in their homes. By sharing screen and responding to their questions, we make them feel to have the same privileges as the classroom environment.
By combining the benefits of face-to-face interaction with the flexibility of online learning, our blended approach offers a dynamic and inclusive learning experience for all participants, regardless of their location or circumstances. Some of our participants initially attend classes at our center but may later opt to transition to online learning.
Whether they start in-person and switch to online or vice versa, our goal remains the same: to provide a seamless and supportive learning environment. Participants can make this transition smoothly, knowing that they will receive the same level of engagement, support, and quality instruction, regardless of their chosen mode of attendance.
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