There is a world of difference between real virtual instruction and online learning
Over the past several months, the world has seen an “explosion” in demand for online learning as millions of students started to adapt homeschooling. Despite a huge increase in the appetite for digital resources, there is stillness in the learning process. Many parents across the world have seen the difference between real virtual instruction and online learning while discovering the better way for learning. Putting a silver-line in education, Fusion Global Academy has come up as a resource for people to experience the benefits and continuity of one-on-one learning.
First-hand learning experience
The Office of Experience, a Chicago-based design and digital innovation agency partnered with Fusion Global Academy, a primary member of iEducation Group, tap solutions when society is thinking of new ways to educate their children. Fusion Growing Academy as a growing private school network is a resource that provides premier, accredited one-on-one education virtually for students from sixth to 12th grade.
FGA experience is delivered exclusively online, with teachers who can connect with the same students anywhere in the world at times most convenient to the student.
COVID as a catalyst
COVID-19 has been a catalyst for discovering many better ways to learn and live. One of which FGA as a resource is ideal during this time of social distancing when more of the burden of keeping education on-track is on students, parents, and families. Through it, students get live, personalized instruction with each teacher throughout every class to ensure they are able to master the content and grow in knowledge and skills.
Students who enroll at Fusion Global Academy receive a consistent, personalized experience and can have confidence they are learning from certified teachers at an accredited school, whose graduates go on to some of the most recognized universities and colleges in the world.
“We turned to OX to help communicate the value of our ‘teach from anywhere, learn from anywhere’ model, and to do so through a website where content can be managed with ease,” said Peter Ruppert, iEducation Group CEO.
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