Tất cả chương trình được triển khai theo mô hình Hybrid Learning. Hybrid learning represents a learning model that combines both formal (traditional classroom) and non-formal (online courses) methodologies. The London Academy of Sciences (LAS) believes this learning model will have all the benefits of traditional class and online learning.
Mô hình Hybrid Learning được triển khai trên hệ thống Eduner, một hệ thống kết hợp Learning Management Systems và University Management systems thuộc sở hữu European Education Holdings
5 steps of Hybrid Learning
Mô hình Hybrid Learning tận dụng được lợi thế của cả đào tạo trực tuyến và đào tạo truyền thống
The Benefits Of Hybrid Learning
- Increase your interest.
- Keep students focused for longer.
- Provides student autonomy.
- Instill a disposition of self-advocacy.
- Promote student ownership.
- Allow instant diagnostic information and student feedback.
- Enables students to learn at their own pace.
- Prepares students for the future with real-world skills
LAS Steps of Hybrid Learning Models
Before class starts, students must participate in LAS’s Learning Management System and read all the notes to understand learning outcomes, teaching plans, and all the important inscriptions that LAS lecturers want students to take notice of.
This step will help students understand what they will learn and what they need to do in order to learn.
LAS broadcasts classes internationally enabling students from all over the world to participate. This allows students to interact with fellow students, communicate with lecturing staff effectively, and obtain support from the LAS academic board.
After the live class, students must join the traditional class (face to face) with the questions in mind. LAS lecturers will impart practical knowledge and answer all the questions.
Because each of countries/market has different forms of application, our local expert lecturers are the best choice for students.
Critical thinking skills and activities fostering reflection are integral parts of our training processes. Students will gain these skills through various self-learning activities, in-depth discussion questions, and private interaction with LAS lecturers.
LAS self-learning materials are based on 4 steps:
- Tell me: What is it?
- Show me: What could they (you) do with this?
- Involve me: What could you do with this?
- Show me more: What about others?
After each class, students will undertake activities focusing upon real-life practices thus enabling the students to apply theoretical learning to real-life cases.
Assessment and verification
All units within LAS qualification are internally assessed by the LAS and externally verified by the awarding bodies. The qualifications are criterion referenced, based on the achievement of all the specified learning outcomes.
To achieve a ‘pass’ for a unit, learners must provide evidence to demonstrate that they have fulfilled all the learning outcomes and meet the standards specified by all assessment criteria. Judgement that the learners have successfully fulfilled the assessment criteria is made by the the London Academy of Sciences.
The London Academy of Sciences also make audit trail showing how the judgement of the learners’ overall achievement has been arrived at.
Learning and Assessment process
Read the materials in Eduner
Eduner is an e-learning platform of LAS
Write down what you not understand
After learn from Eduner, you will write down what you not to understand and need the lecturers explain more
Join to the face-to-face class
The lecture in the class will focus on the main topics, explain the important points and answer your questions which you have in the Step 2.
End Point Accessments (EPAs)
Learners will make an End Point Accessments which is focus on learning outcome and all the requirements of the modules.