In some ways, online education can be even more personal than a traditional school. Our online classrooms can make learning experiences intimate and natural. They can actually enhance relationships rather than obscuring them.
At Leadership Academy of Utah, we value freedom, so we are flexible. We pair that flexibility with quality by offering rigorous courses that are built on active participation, curriculum that opens students to great books and great ideas, and assignments that challenge students to be creative and authentic.
We offer courses in a variety of formats and difficulty levels so you can tailor your class schedule and workload to your unique needs and interests.
In live courses, students and mentors meet together in our live online classroom twice per week. Students and mentors can see, hear, chat with, and present content to each other. Mentors create breakout rooms during live classes so that students can collaborate in small groups. Students participate in group projects, peer presentations, student government, simulations, engaging videos and readings, challenging projects and assignments, and oral, written, and project-based assessments.
We offer many of our live courses in two difficulty levels: Classic and Honors. Students in both Classic and Honors courses participate in the same live class sessions but students in Honors courses have about 30% more readings and assignments, including assignments that are more challenging.
Personal and Flexible Learning
Students in online courses can achieve as much as traditional students.
Not only do online interactions match what can be achieved in person, but the online setting creates efficiencies that free up mentors’ time and allow them to better focus on individual students.
Since travel time to class or office is reduced to a click, for example, mentors can spend more time reading and responding to student emails, individualizing assignments for those who might be struggling, or preparing engaging lessons.
All classes are recorded, so students who miss a session can watch the class and then meet with the mentors with any remaining questions, rather than going to the mentor’s office needing to discuss everything they missed.
The ease of online communication increases flexibility and learning opportunities.
- Project-oriented Learning
- Socratic, Collaborative Classes
- Oral Examinations
- Class Presentations
- Group Simulations
- One-on-one Mentoring
See below for real-life examples of the classroom experience in action.