At ADL Our Educational Philosophy Is To Focus More On Learning And Less On Assessment; To Provide A Foundation In The Area Of Study And Set The Student On A Path To Be Able To Continue Learning And Adapt To Change.
There’s no question that online courses are becoming more and more popular. But what is it about distance learning that makes it such an attractive option for so many students?
One key advantage is the fact that you can study at your own pace. Whether you’re a fast learner or someone who needs a little more time to absorb the material, online courses give you the flexibility to study at a speed that’s comfortable for you. another plus is the fact that you can choose from a wide range of courses.
With traditional classroom learning, you’re generally limited to the courses offered by your local college or university. But with online learning, you can take virtually any course that interests you, no matter where in the world it’s being offered.
Finally, online courses are often more affordable than traditional courses, since there are no travel or accommodation costs involved. So if you’re looking for a flexible, convenient and affordable way to learn, distance learning could be the perfect option for you.
Our courses have been designed to be “experiential based” learning which means we guide students through the learning experience. The knowledge they acquire in the course lessons are part of the learning experience, but there is always a lot more to it than just reading. All the way through the learning experience, students have access to the full support of their tutor: so if things get to hard, we can help them get over the bumps, but if things get too easy, the tutor can guide and challenge them to extend their knowledge further. In this way we are more able to adjust to the varying potential of each student.
There are two types of students: “Information Gathers” and “Information Processors”. The former is only interested in acquiring facts for the sake of facts, while the latter is more interested in acquiring information and then processing what they have learnt. It is the “Information Processors” that find our courses suitable to their needs.
We continue to develop our style of education that is more relevant to the world of the future; where our students benefit from the knowledge acquired and graduate with a worthy qualification …