Your child might be completely new to the world of eLearning, or might still need help adjusting to it.
Our Virtual Academic Assistance service will pair your child with one of our instructors, who will walk them through this new world.
Our world has turned upside down in the last little while. You don’t need to go it alone.
LRNG Academy is a non-profit organization dedicated to researching and implementing the next generation of educational tools, and making them accessible for posterity.
We conduct our research through the use of new resources and applications in our in-person and virtual academic sessions. Our students interact with new methods while enjoying the full benefits of a complete education.
My daughter has been with LRNG Academy for about two years now. Not only has her academic performance improved, but her confidence has really developed and continues to progress. I am so grateful to Miss S. and the amazing LRNG Academy staff!
The LRNG Academy team are very attentive to my daughter’s needs. My daughter loves her time at LRNG Academy and doesn’t feel pressured or frustrated. LRNG Academy makes learning fun! Our daughter started in the winter of Grade 1 and was categorized as a “non-reader,” by parent teacher interview in the fall of Grade 2, my daughter was reading at a Grade 3 level!! Thank you, LRNG Academy!
There are currently 1.5 billion children affected by school shutdowns worldwide. Yes, billion with a B. Many jurisdictions are switching to eLearning, which is the industry’s buzzword for providing learning materials over the internet. More advanced versions of eLearning also include video conferences with the educator.
However, most educational institutions, including in our home of Ontario, are new to eLearning. It’s a steep learning curve for school boards, for teachers, and most importantly, for students.
Our progressive use of technology in education puts us in a strong position to help students. We’re here to bridge that gap.
September is just around the corner, and many students might not be ready for what lies ahead. That is understandable with the wide spread school closures this year and the loss of learning that has resulted.