Use of Information Technology

The eSchool portal system provides capabilities for registering students in courses, documenting grading, transcripts, results of student tests and other assessment scores, building student schedules, tracking student attendance, and managing many other student-related data needs.

The school library portal system provides capabilities for browsing for books and checking them out.

Worldwide, technology’s presence is permeating the learning environment. Instructional technologies at LWIS-AIS  encourages the development of innovative educational goals, structures, policies, and practices while helping redefine education. By providing our learners and staff with interactive "anytime, anywhere” access to quality instruction and the tools that facilitate active and engaged learning, technology at our school will empower learners to take control of, and take responsibility for their learning. The result will be the improved efficiency and effectiveness of teaching and learning and the use of computers as an aid in all subjects and grade levels.

Our school offers a wide range of innovative programs that cater for a range of interests and abilities. In other words, learning in each subject will be enhanced with the use of technology. Specific programs (Microsoft Office suite's applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint..., Adobe's products such as Photoshop, Flash, Illustrator, Dreamweaver ...), websites (Gismo, IXL, TCM, Reading Eggs, code.org, اصحابنا ...), e-books, CD's and DVD's will be made available to learners in every course of study with the aim of making this type of research part of their learning process. These include units where databases are introduced and learners can then extend their skills by creating dynamic data-driven web applications using leading edge developmental tools. Our courses enable learners to become proficient users and developers in word processing, spreadsheet, database, photo editing, electronic presentation, animation, graphic design, coding (creating games, building web apps ...), and building websites.

 

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Learner’s World International School-Adma International School (LWIS-AiS), Keserwan, is accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC). LWIS-AiS is a member of the LWIS Network that is managed by School Development Consultants (SDC). For more information on the LWIS school network and SDC, please visit: www.sdclw.org