When the pandemic hit the world, everything came to a grinding halt. People could not come to work and students were unable to study face-to-face. As everyone struggle to restore balance, information technology has grown popular and eased us all towards digital learning. Suddenly online classes became the most acceptable alternative mode of learning. Gaining immense popularity, teachers and learners became attuned to this new methodology. It is just a matter of time before all classes start to shift completely to the digital format of the educational system. We see in the news wherein more and more schools are developing and preparing for a more technologically inclined education and the Ministry of Education is in full support of this as well.
Today, MJQ Education launches i-Learn, an online English course that is very timely and relevant. Spearheaded by the Aii Director of Studies, Michael Jake Arcilla, i-Learn offers four flagship programs for Young, Teen, Professional, and VIP Tutorial. It caters to all learners as early as 5 years old to young working professionals.
i-Learn also offers VIP Tutorial service which provides a one-on-one tutorial from a certified ESL teacher. Juggling between work and professional development, young professionals or students needing to catch-up with their English proficiency, the VIP Tutorial program optimizes learning with flexibility tailored fit to work around a busy schedule.
With i-Learn, students can study remotely anytime and anywhere. It is flexible, cost effective and provides a better learning experience to students who want to study online. At a reasonable cost, learning English is delivered to everyone’s doorstep with considerable ease. Without the hassle of the daily commute, self-paced studying and flexible schedule optimizes learning experience. Modules are integrated in a user-friendly online interface which provides a perfect combination of quality remote learning for students of all ages.
The magnanimity of Information Technology’s influence on multiple aspects of our lives today can’t be refuted, nor can its growing popularity and use in the education sector be denied. As prime movers and shakers of education, Mengly J. Quach Education and Aii move with the pace of the times. Adapt and innovate despite the chaos of change. It is up to us on how slow or fast we move towards a remote learning regime. As we prepare our students to be future-ready, us too need to be prepared for it.
By: Joanna S. Cabredo