FAQ > Classes
This section will cover classes, including how to take classes, how many v can be taken in a week/month, accessing homework, and more.
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A. To enter into your classes, there are 2 ways you can enter your classes.
Follow these steps:
You can also enter into your classes by using the lefthand side bar:
A. You will need to adjust your Learning Plan if you wish to take more classes in a week.
To update your Learning Plan, please refer to the Schedule Page FAQ.
A. It is recommended that parents allow their children to try as best as they can to complete their English classes by themselves in order to build their skills. However, if your child is struggling or cannot concentrate, we do ask that parents assist their children in such situations. If there are any specific requirements that you feel your child needs in order to maintain successful classes, please contact us.
A. You can access homework directly from your Schedule page. For each class, you can view homework before and after class.
From the top navigation bar:
1) Go to your home page. On the top navigation bar, go to your name.
2) On the drop down menu, go to Homework.
3) Go to the course in which you want to view the latest class's homework.
A. Levels of the classes all fall under the Level that they are in. With each Unit, the level will steadily increase as the student is increasing their English skills as the course goes on. Unit 7 classes will be more advanced than Unit 1 classes. Students will be able to steadily increase their core skills as they take their classes sequentially.
A. Our student matching system and your learning coach determine which teacher(s) best fit your needs as a student based on the information you have provided. If you wish to seek advice or have any questions regarding your teachers, please refer to your learning coach for more detail.
A. Our GSA teachers record student notes after each class that a student takes in order to keep a log of student assessment. If a teacher does end up getting replaced, your child's level will not change as the past student assessments will then be provided to the next teacher to review overall student details and progress. Therefore, your level does not change if teachers are changed.
A. GSA teachers may ask for substitutions due to technical difficulties or personal reasons, and therefore we must substitute another teacher to teach your child's class. Please note that if your class is going to have a substitute teacher, our Student Relations will contact you before the class begins.
A. While most GSA teachers only teach in English, there are several GSA teachers who are bilingual. Please contact your learning coach for more information.
A. Yes, you may reschedule your class 24 hours prior to your class time from your account. Please note that you won't be able to reschedule your class less than 24 hours before your class time and you will only be able to reschedule your class up to 2 times within a specified timeframe.
A. Your coins will be consumed if the class is missed or is not rescheduled 24 hours prior to the class start time.
A. You will need a textbook for ELA Standard and Math Standard courses. While you can take these courses without the textbook, students will need the textbook to complete the homework. Please note that textbooks will be shipped only after you have started your paid membership. You are not required to complete your homework while you do not have your textbook in the meantime. (Please note that homework is optional, but highly recomennded to do alongside classes.)
A. If you are late, your teacher will be available during the entire time you booked for.
*Please note that class times will be extended only if the start time is delayed by the teacher.
A. You will be able to cancel classes within 24 hours of the class start time. You will be allowed 2 rescheduling times before you will need to cancel your class. Cancelled classes will not be refunded.