The ideal homeschool solution with a complete curriculum and self-assessment.
Provided on a DVD. Updates (as and when required) are available to download throughout the year.
Convenient self-paced learning allows for one-on-one tuition.
Register for optional formal assessment to receive a report in June and/or November.
Brainline’s Edu2Go program for Grade 1, Grade 2 and Grade 3 consists of a fully integrated, daily scheduled curriculum which allows learners to be actively involved and develop a strong love of learning. The lessons and resources – with clear guidelines – enable the parent or tutor to guide the learner through the required modules in order to build a base of knowledge required for full academic development.
Learning material is delivered via the Brainline DVD. Although it is advisable to store the completed lessons as evidence of the learner’s progress and performance in a personal file, you are not required to send these items to Brainline.
Lesson are compiled in a theme-based structure, making it a fun and applied learning experience.
Learners are welcome to enrol at any time of the year.
Self-assessment, in the form of June and November exams, is pre-packaged in the DVD. The parent/tutor may decide when and if a learner should complete these exams, and he/she is also responsible for marking the exams according to a password-protected memorandum. A formal Brainline report is NOT included in this option.
Formal Assessment consists of scheduled examinations in June and/or November, and takes place on the learner’s personalised profile on brainONLINE.com. Formal assessment is optional, but nevertheless an ideal opportunity to assess the learner’s progress. Learners registered for formal assessment will receive a formal Brainline Report. We highly recommend that the learner completes at least one assessment (in November) in order to receive a report for the grade achieved.
A formal Brainline Report is issued only when the learner is registered for Formal Assessment either in June and/or November. External examinations are taken, domain referenced, for home schooling parents, without prejudice of rights.
– Sarita Johnson