By adding Class to their already-successful online learning program, Laurel Springs developed a better online learning experience for students, educators, and administrators. Choosing a flexible solution like Class empowered Laurel Springs to increase connection and belonging, spur live interaction, and create community and meaningful relationships outside synchronous class time.
“We realized that our students not only wanted but needed to have some consistent community and interaction with their peers. And being able to offer that now, as part of our learning model is critical for us. We want to have our students have very full, meaningful lives, and with that, we know that they have to have some live interactive moments on a consistent basis. So it’s very exciting for us to be able to bring that to our school and to be able to do it with a platform like Class where it’s going to be impactful and meaningful to the students right away,” shares Renée.
“An asynchronous school environment has a ton of benefits. The flexibility, the ability to do it anywhere, the way in which we have an international population and students are logging in to do their work at all hours of the day. The synchronous opportunities that Class affords us brings students together with that academic focus and an opportunity to have those really active learning experiences that students strive to engage with,” concludes Sarah.