Learning at Home (LAH)
MCA's Learning at Home (LAH) model is designed as a blended learning model that draws on research, experience and best practices of schools and partners from around the world.
The real-time classes led by our OCT teachers and the connections they foster with our students is our key to unlocking the door to motivation, engagement and well-being when learning at a distance.
This learning model offers flexibility and an increased opportunity for students to practice working more independently and to develop new skills.
We have implemented tools to monitor the effectiveness of our LAH model, which includes data on student engagement with digital learning platforms, as well as feedback from students, parents and families and faculty.
Just as our regular on-campus program, faculty are innovatively thinking of different ways to design learning tasks, activities and lessons that ensure students grow and progress in their academic learning objectives and wellbeing. Students will succeed at every level!
The following general guidelines are designed to support our LAH model.