We’ve teamed up with the founder of the Valenture Institute to answer your questions about online education and how to tell if it’s right for your child…
If you have questions about your child’s education, or you just want to know more about the ins and outs of using technology to help them learn in the world of today, then this post is for you!
Making decisions about children’s schooling is really tough, and it’s even more difficult with issues like the changing future of what work will look like, climate change and school quality to consider. It definitely helps to have an expert at hand to answer all those tricky questions you might have!
From finding out about the benefits of online learning to nitty gritty queries about what the learning experience is like at Valenture Institute, CEO Robert Paddock is ready to talk! Now’s your chance to ask those questions about future proofing your child’s education in the 21st century – creative and critical thinking, collaboration, issues that affect them and the world around them, and more!
But first, what is the Valenture Institute?
The Valenture Institute is an exciting new global, online high school education space set to offer South African learners an engaging and socially rich learning experience supported by expert teachers and mentors.
They believe in providing more than just a quality online education – they’re dedicated to building and empowering a purpose-driven, global student body and equipping them to make the best of both their individual and collective futures.
If you want to future proof your child’s education, the Valenture Institute has some great ideas on how to do that. Click here to find out more about the Institute or click here if you’d like to fill out an application for your child or children.
Who will be answering your questions?
Robert Paddock is the CEO and founder of the Valenture Institute. From 2008 to 2018, he helped start and grow GetSmarter, the online education company that was acquired by Nasdaq-listed 2U in 2017. And now he’s turning his attention to high school children, with a vision to create a place of learning that encourages thinking outside the classroom and equips our children for a modern world.
How to ask your question
It’s really easy to ask your question! Either fill out the form below or post your question on All4Women’s Facebook page. You have until November 10 to ask your questions. Once all the questions are in, we’ll get Robert to answer them and publish the answers on our site. Keep a look out for his responses.
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