With over 25 years teaching experience, we know being able to see every student's screen is crucial to delivering a successful lesson. It allows our tutors to respond immediately if a student needs support, give them a nudge if their attention wanders or set your child new tasks if they've finished ahead of others.
With FunTech Virtual, our tutors have a continual view of student’s screens.
On the other hand, a one-way broadcast session is a lesson that gets delivered in real time to your child’s computer with options to stream a video of their tutor, voice communication and a messaging facility. Whilst this is a good way to present concepts, it doesn’t allow a tutor to view every child's screen concurrently.
“Jake has absolutely loved the interaction online, the teaching has been fantastic and the whole process has been a pleasure from start to finish.”
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Your child’s learning is guaranteed to be of the highest quality – there’s no difference in the quality of curriculum compared with what is delivered in the physical classroom.
Our tutor can deliver a better quality lesson and be far more responsive to students than in the physical classroom. Our tutor has ten monitors in front of them, eight of which mirror what the students are doing. So they can offer your child immediate support and guidance when required.
Your child can get a head start on their coding journey and learn tech in an engaging, interactive way that industry is already using. By the time they start work, your child will be a virtual veteran!
Your child can use familiar tools that mirror the classroom, such as ‘hand up’ to ask a question, but we also make great use of additional virtual tools. For example, your child can have a private chat with our tutor to ask a question without peer pressure, and our tutor can ‘mute’ the whole class when delivering important concepts.
You save time, money and the environment. No need to travel to our centre for classes.
It’s a very positive communal learning experience. If a child has done some tremendous work (or if there is a common problem) their screen can be shared with the rest of the group. Students can learn from each other as well as from our tutor.