Distance Education at GISU is designed to provide continuity, to ensure continued progress toward established learning targets for all our students, and to minimize future calendar disruptions.
GISU Distance Education
In keeping with GISU’s commitment to offering a contemporary approach to academic and holistic education, Distance Education experiences are developed to be robust and meaningful.
For situations that disrupt normal on-campus learning, we have put in place school-wide protocols to support learners, parents and teachers. In these circumstances, GISU has a plan which allows students to continue their learning virtually until normal classes can be resumed.
Please click on the links below for an overview of GISU Distance Education, Tutorials and Resources.
Hybrid Learning At GISU
The right to go to school and learn is central to each child’s development, safety and wellbeing. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, several learners around the world are increasingly getting deprived of this right due to closure of schools arising out of the fear of the covid-19 virus spreading. However, it has become very difficult to project when this opening and closing of physical classrooms will end. Thus, GISU has developed a robust program as its contingency plan response to this uncertainty. We are able to teach either only online, only physical or hybrid and learners progress to the next class. There is no need to take a dead year because of fears of learners completing their learning asynchronously or school lacking online resources. Our highly qualified teachers have developed the capacity to enhance active learning even when online.
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