Advantages of e-Learning

| March 6, 2018

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This video will tell you why your organisation must move to eLearning from traditional classroom learning. Besides overcoming the challenges of training, eLearning guarantees an increased ROI.

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Harlem Village Academies

We are deeply committed to the ideals of progressive education, which was conceived to promote an equitable and democratic society. As a community of educators, we aspire to create, live, and work in schools that reflect our philosophy.We believe that the marks of a quality education are precise thought, the ability to speak rationally and write clearly, summon evidence to support one’s arguments, the willingness to examine the grounds of one’s arguments, and to accede graciously, when appropriate, to stronger opinions. The mastery of these habits of mind simultaneously requires and fosters the intellectual capacity necessary for students to become active and thoughtful democratic citizens.

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Harlem Village Academies

We are deeply committed to the ideals of progressive education, which was conceived to promote an equitable and democratic society. As a community of educators, we aspire to create, live, and work in schools that reflect our philosophy.We believe that the marks of a quality education are precise thought, the ability to speak rationally and write clearly, summon evidence to support one’s arguments, the willingness to examine the grounds of one’s arguments, and to accede graciously, when appropriate, to stronger opinions. The mastery of these habits of mind simultaneously requires and fosters the intellectual capacity necessary for students to become active and thoughtful democratic citizens.

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