iClassPro

Class Management Software for Children's Activity Centers

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About iClassPro
iClassPro class management software for Cheer, Gymnastics, Dance, Swim and more. Developed by school owners, for school owners- iClassPro is a leading web based software solution for recreational class based businesses. The software includes features for class and camp sche...
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iClassPro
Class Management Software for Children's Activity Centers
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Core Features
Learning Management System (LMS) Software Features
  • Academic/Education
  • Corporate/Business
  • Blended Learning
  • Certification Management
  • Dashboard
  • eCommerce
  • Learner Portal
  • Mobile Learning
  • Personalized Course
  • Reports & Analytics
  • SCORM Compliance
  • Tests & Assessments
  • User Feedback
  • User Management
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 The pandemic, COVID-19 outbreak has disrupted the tutorial year, canceled classes, and examinations across the country. The lethal virus has led to tectonic shifts in almost every aspect of our lives be it the sphere of business, entertainment, hospitality, or education – and we are still grappling with the repercussions of those radical changes. Soon after it became clear that this was no passing virus, educational institutions started the move towards online teaching – and students and professors adapted rather quickly to the changing methods of teaching, learning, and grading. To make sure that THE students don't miss out on their studies, schools moved to the concept of classes online, forcing students to attend lectures via their gadgets. The reality is that the longer-term isn't so black and white anymore – there’s tons of grey in between. However, when it involves the talk of 1 over the opposite specifically for school education, the reality is that online learning can never really replace an on-campus experience. Here’s why.·       A teacher-student relationship is often best established within the classroom only. The interaction and therefore the questions a student asks the trainer within the class cannot happen in online interaction. It is true that virtual learning offers a substitute to classroom learning within the time of emergency but it cannot replace the classroom forever.·       Classroom teaching will always be in fashion and given more preference over virtual classes. Daily interactions with teachers and peers improve their skills to affect and teach them the way to sleep in a society. Moreover, schools organize competitions and exams which help in shaping and molding the skills that are helpful for day-to-day life.·       Being in school, as an example, and asking an issue teaches you particular confidence, with debating and discussing ideas spontaneously rather than typing in anonymous questions. Not being on campus takes away the post-class discussions – arguing with a lover over dinner a few points made in school. It takes away the power of scholars to return together, engage, discuss, and make bonds with each other.·       Digital learning also takes away another crucial aspect of campus life – the chance to seek out new interests and learn new skills by joining clubs and societies. Students sitting reception cannot participate in events like performances, competitions, fairs, and mixers that allow them to explore new fields, and develop other aspects of their personalities.While it's going to be easy to adapt to online learning for mainstream theoretical subjects, that's not the case for an array of disciplines and fields that students seek to concentrate on. Online learning takes away valuable resources like lab facilities and studios -resources that are essential for a few subjects and can't be recreated reception.
 The pandemic, COVID-19 outbreak has disrupted the tutorial year, canceled classes, and examinations across the country. The lethal virus has led to tectonic shifts in almost every aspect of our lives be it the sphere of business, entertainment, hospitality, or education – and we are still grappling with the repercussions of those radical changes. Soon after it became clear that this was no passing virus, educational institutions started the move towards online teaching – and students and professors adapted rather quickly to the changing methods of teaching, learning, and grading. To make sure that THE students don't miss out on their studies, schools moved to the concept of classes online, forcing students to attend lectures via their gadgets. The reality is that the longer-term isn't so black and white anymore – there’s tons of grey in between. However, when it involves the talk of 1 over the opposite specifically for school education, the reality is that online learning can never really replace an on-campus experience. Here’s why.·       A teacher-student relationship is often best established within the classroom only. The interaction and therefore the questions a student asks the trainer within the class cannot happen in online interaction. It is true that virtual learning offers a substitute to classroom learning within the time of emergency but it cannot replace the classroom forever.·       Classroom teaching will always be in fashion and given more preference over virtual classes. Daily interactions with teachers and peers improve their skills to affect and teach them the way to sleep in a society. Moreover, schools organize competitions and exams which help in shaping and molding the skills that are helpful for day-to-day life.·       Being in school, as an example, and asking an issue teaches you particular confidence, with debating and discussing ideas spontaneously rather than typing in anonymous questions. Not being on campus takes away the post-class discussions – arguing with a lover over dinner a few points made in school. It takes away the power of scholars to return together, engage, discuss, and make bonds with each other.·       Digital learning also takes away another crucial aspect of campus life – the chance to seek out new interests and learn new skills by joining clubs and societies. Students sitting reception cannot participate in events like performances, competitions, fairs, and mixers that allow them to explore new fields, and develop other aspects of their personalities.While it's going to be easy to adapt to online learning for mainstream theoretical subjects, that's not the case for an array of disciplines and fields that students seek to concentrate on. Online learning takes away valuable resources like lab facilities and studios -resources that are essential for a few subjects and can't be recreated reception.

 

The pandemic, COVID-19 outbreak has disrupted the tutorial year, canceled classes, and examinations across the country. The lethal virus has led to tectonic shifts in almost every aspect of our lives be it the sphere of business, entertainment, hospitality, or education – and we are still grappling with the repercussions of those radical changes. 

Soon after it became clear that this was no passing virus, educational institutions started the move towards online teaching – and students and professors adapted rather quickly to the changing methods of teaching, learning, and grading. To make sure that THE students don't miss out on their studies, schools moved to the concept of classes online, forcing students to attend lectures via their gadgets. The reality is that the longer-term isn't so black and white anymore – there’s tons of grey in between. However, when it involves the talk of 1 over the opposite specifically for school education, the reality is that online learning can never really replace an on-campus experience.

 

Here’s why.

·       A teacher-student relationship is often best established within the classroom only. The interaction and therefore the questions a student asks the trainer within the class cannot happen in online interaction. It is true that virtual learning offers a substitute to classroom learning within the time of emergency but it cannot replace the classroom forever.

·       Classroom teaching will always be in fashion and given more preference over virtual classes. Daily interactions with teachers and peers improve their skills to affect and teach them the way to sleep in a society. Moreover, schools organize competitions and exams which help in shaping and molding the skills that are helpful for day-to-day life.

·       Being in school, as an example, and asking an issue teaches you particular confidence, with debating and discussing ideas spontaneously rather than typing in anonymous questions. Not being on campus takes away the post-class discussions – arguing with a lover over dinner a few points made in school. It takes away the power of scholars to return together, engage, discuss, and make bonds with each other.

·       Digital learning also takes away another crucial aspect of campus life – the chance to seek out new interests and learn new skills by joining clubs and societies. Students sitting reception cannot participate in events like performances, competitions, fairs, and mixers that allow them to explore new fields, and develop other aspects of their personalities.

While it's going to be easy to adapt to online learning for mainstream theoretical subjects, that's not the case for an array of disciplines and fields that students seek to concentrate on. Online learning takes away valuable resources like lab facilities and studios -resources that are essential for a few subjects and can't be recreated reception.

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30 Days

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$129/Month

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