Mr Oyarbide’s Journey into the Metaverse

In South Central Los Angeles, Carlos Oyarbide teaches English Language Development at Nava College Preparatory Academy. He’s all too familiar with its reputation as a regular visitor.” “There’s truth in the violent stereotype, but I choose to teach there. It is an immigrant hub with a great sense of loyalty and community. And that community has an entrepreneurial spirit.”

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That spirit has been harnessed at Mr Oyarbide’s school, which was the trial site for a new approach to education called Accelerated Education. The results have been dramatic, with students making up to three years’ worth of progress in just one year.

“Our goal is to close the achievement gap,” says Mr Oyarbide. “But we’re finding that our students are not only catching up, but they’re also exceeding expectations.”

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The key to the success of Accelerated Education is its focus on individualised learning. Students work at their own pace, with teachers providing one-to-one support.

“It’s a very different approach from the traditional model, where everyone is working at the same pace,” explains Mr Oyarbide. “With this approach, no one gets left behind, and everyone can achieve their full potential.”

The results speak for themselves: in just one year, Nava College Preparatory Academy students have made dramatic progress, with some making up to three years’ worth of progress.

The Metaverse is a new online platform changing how we learn. It is an immersive, interactive learning environment that allows students to work at their own pace and provides one-to-one support from teachers.

“It’s a very different approach from the traditional model, where everyone is working at the same pace,” explains Mr Oyarbide. “With this approach, no one gets left behind, and everyone can achieve their full potential.”

The results speak for themselves: in just one year, Nava College Preparatory Academy students have made dramatic progress, with some making up to three years’ worth of progress.

Metaverse is changing the way we learn, and it has the potential to revolutionise education.

“It’s an exciting time to be in education,” says Mr Oyarbide. “With new technologies like Metaverse, we are opening up new possibilities for our students.”

What do you think of this new approach to education? Would you like to see more schools adopt Accelerated Education? Let us know in the comments below!

 

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