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10 Of The Most Frequently Asked Questions

10 Of The Most Frequently Asked Questions

Answer: A Supervisor is a qualified teacher

Answer: A Monitor is an assistant to the Supervisor in the classroom. A Monitor answers all the non-academic questions.

Answer: A designed room in which students complete academic work. A Learning Centre is a classroom.

Answer: The maximum number of students per Learning Centre is 20

Answer: Every student occupies their own personal cubicle.

Answer: A.C.E. has taken the conventionally styled textbook and divided it into bite-sized, achievable work texts called PACEs. Each PACE is similar to a unit in a textbook. Each level consists of 12 PACEs in each subject. PACEs integrate Godly character-building lessons into the academic content, and self-instructional activities are carefully designed to develop thinking skills and create mastery learning.

Answer: The A.C.E. programme covers the critical outcomes and minimum standards of the National Curriculum Statements (NCS) as prescribed by the Department of Education in South Africa. This includes Learner and Teacher Support Materials (LTSMs).

Answer: Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.) is a unique education system that offers students the opportunity to learn at their own pace while being guided by excellent, Biblically-based learning materials and qualified staff.

Answer: From Grade 8 – 12 students follow the AEE online curriculum and write the IEB matric exam and qualify with an NSC matric.

Answer: A Supervisor is a qualified teacher

Answer: A Monitor is an assistant to the Supervisor in the classroom. A Monitor answers all the non-academic questions.

Answer: A designed room in which students complete academic work. A Learning Centre is a classroom.

Answer: The maximum number of students per Learning Centre is 20

Answer: Every student occupies their own personal cubicle.

Answer: A.C.E. has taken the conventionally styled textbook and divided it into bite-sized, achievable work texts called PACEs. Each PACE is similar to a unit in a textbook. Each level consists of 12 PACEs in each subject. PACEs integrate Godly character-building lessons into the academic content, and self-instructional activities are carefully designed to develop thinking skills and create mastery learning.

Answer: The A.C.E. programme covers the critical outcomes and minimum standards of the National Curriculum Statements (NCS) as prescribed by the Department of Education in South Africa. This includes Learner and Teacher Support Materials (LTSMs).

Answer: Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.) is a unique education system that offers students the opportunity to learn at their own pace while being guided by excellent, Biblically-based learning materials and qualified staff.

Answer: From Grade 8 – 12 students follow the AEE online curriculum and write the IEB matric exam and qualify with an NSC matric.

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