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Whether you are seeking someone to help navigate your students remote learning experience, you’re part of a homeschooling group looking for a qualified instructor, or you need support teaching full-fledged courses, Logos can help. Our educators will utilize world-class content, effective curricula, and their own talents to give your children a great education experience.
Let’s say you’re a parent whose student is struggling in a challenging AP course. Or perhaps your child is looking for an edge on the SAT. Not only can Logos help, but we go above and beyond, cultivating within them a mindset that embraces challenge, benefiting them throughout their whole academic life.
A challenge that many schools around the world face is a lack of qualified staff. But, with the help of a few computers an internet connection, schools can have access to our Logos educators at an affordable price, no matter their location.
If your school needs help with its staffing needs, or your are interested in supplementing your existing offering with an online contingent, we at Logos are ready to help!
A note From the Director
When COVID-19 separated my team of teachers from our students, we were forced to bring our school online, and fast. This experience was essential in shaping my principles for remote learning: community, accountability, and spontaneity.
The classroom is like a little country, with its own culture. Our job as educators is to help shape that culture into one that promotes learning, where the pursuit of knowledge is a group effort. The same principle can be applied online. We use software that is especially made for online community-building, our own safe little corner of the internet.
Now, what about homework? It seems to be a truism, that as long as there was homework, there were students trying to get out of it! One might be tempted to think that remote learning must forfeit homework altogether. Not so! My experience teaches me that two things are needed to ensure that students are held accountable, and these principles apply equally in the classroom: structured routine and clear communication. We are blessed to live in a time where we have the technological tools to not only give students these things from a distance, but to do it more effectively than ever before!
But the question remains: how can you move a classroom online? How do you replicate that energy? This, no doubt, is a great challenge for us remote educators, but with a mastery of the tools, the results are surprising. I’m a big believer in a combination of live instruction and independent study, giving students the best of both worlds: engaging content with the support and dynamism of a live classroom.
If you want to learn more about our methods, just go over to the connect page, where you can shoot us an email. We’re happy to answer any questions you may have.