Bukhatir Educational Advancement and Management International, a Sharjah-based, multinational educational establishment, has announced its distance and e-learning efforts in line with increased demand for distance learning in the build-up to the new academic year.
As part of its commitment to deliver powerful and positive educational experiences, BEAM has designed its distance-learning curricular and e-learning schedules to offer premier education to the schools it operates and manages across the UAE. The distance-learning programmes at BEAM will be delivered through teaching and learning methods by highly experienced academic teams using world-class technology infrastructure.
Mrs. Sara Hollis, principal of American School of Creative Science Nad Al Sheba said, “At BEAM, we prioritize quality education. We recognize that some of our students will follow a distance learning schedule, while others might attend in person classes. It is for this reason that we ensured a seamless and streamlined process for both, and we have created and followed a cautious plan in developing a safe environment for our students on campus. Each bubble in KG 1 and KG 2 classes will have 10 students, while the number in the other grades vary per class depending on class size. As for our online students, parents are advised to follow the timetables to help students establish a routine to create a learning environment that best suits and supports the students.”
It is notable that BEAM already implemented a distance-learning approach last semester, which led to positive results and feedback from students and their parents.
BEAM’s e-learning model allows for a continuity of face-to-face communication to facilitate the bond between teachers and students, who will also be obtaining focused support to ensure the continuity of their high-quality education. BEAM students will benefit from innovative, student-centered classes to meet their individual needs and will gain access to an array of knowledge and support from trained teachers to as closely emulate the class environment at home.