Parents and students welcomed the academic year 2020-2021 with the Southville Virtual Online Learning and Teaching (VOLT) program to their homes. Households get the hang of overseeing the needs of students in a new set-up that family members share under a roof. Parents and guardians particularly face the most challenging aspect of the pandemic, co-teaching their children as they also work from home. While it seemed impossible to happen, the VOLT program of Southville has had parents adapt to it and make learning fun FROM HOME just like how exciting it is in school.
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It was FROM HOME that we first learned the basics of life – reading, writing, and following simple instructions and where we met the people who taught us about the tiny little things our innocent selves could understand, our family. Then there came the teachers who warmly welcomed us to the place we called “school”, a place that introduced us to a world much bigger, gathered in an unfamiliar yet full of adventure little corner – our “classroom”. Both teachers and students long to create memories, seal long-lasting friendships, and learn together again just how it was like, having no … [Read more]
Southville gears up for the #newnormal this summer and in the new academic year that’s fast approaching. These online programs are in line to secure continuous academic excellence while students stay at home safe, healthy, and mentally productive. The ONLINE SUMMER CLASSES are designed to enhance student competencies and mastery in Math, Languages, and Science. Further, Preschool and Learning Village classes aim to develop children’s creativity, focus, emotional quotient, and discipline among others. For College, there is a list of General Education and Professional subjects that will be offered. Students may also take special classes that are non-academic.
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Gone are the days of passive learning when education was strictly teacher-centered and students heavily relied on pure lectures and direct instructions. Time and innovation have changed the course of the learning paradigm transforming one-way discussions into active learning, bridging teachers and students to achieve progressive education in the modern age. The 21st century has become more challenging for traditional educators who are honing a completely different generation – the millennials and Generation Z glued to the fascinating technological advancements of today’s era. Not to mention the game-changing consequence of the current pandemic transforming our old ways into the ‘call … [Read more]