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Value Added Benefits

Cost Effective and Results Orientated.

Take advantage of a cost cutting learning enterprise system without sacrificing educational quality or content. American English Academy's Learning Management System eliminates the need for teachers, infrastructure, classes, laboratories, and maintenance and utility costs. Our online ESL virtual classes can deliver teaching and practice sessions without any overhead, 24 x 7.

Schools and students face the high cost of physical textbooks. With American English Academy's Learning Management System in place, textbooks are eliminated, reducing costs in an eco-friendly virtual ESL learning environment.

The web-based ESL virtual classes and E-books are interactive and, in addition to computers and laptops, can be delivered on mobile devices (phones and tablets) and are hence closer to current and preferred communications methods of students. This results in more effective learning and improved overall results.

Case Scenario: 200 tablets at $100 dollars each being used by students 8 hours a day, deliver 1,600 hours of English teaching per day. That is 32,000 hours of virtual teaching a month. With an average class sizes of 30 students, this corresponds to 53 physical classes per day, or 9 full-time teachers.

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Value Added Benefits

Value Added Benefits

A Superior Learning Management System.

American English Academy's Learning Manegement System can deliver literacy and education to remote or difficult places to access, conflict zones, and disaster areas. This is a highly adaptable and flexible learning management system that can be modified to overcome environmental and security restrictions.

American English Academy's Learning Manegement System will alleviate overcrowded classrooms by distributing students around campus and out of the classroom so they can learn in a virtual environment using mobile devices or computers.

The web-based ESL virtual classes and E-books are interactive and, in addition to computers and laptops, can be delivered on mobile devices (phones and tablets) and are hence closer to current trends of preferred communications methods of students.

In cases where high-speed Internet is not available, as in most emerging countries, services can be delivered via a scalable server on school campuses and facilities, and an easy to set-up local Intranet WIFI using off-the-shelf cheap gears.

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