FAQ > Group Course Detail Page
This section will cover the Group Course Detail page: what information you can find about the course, a breakdown of each section, and how to use this page.
A. The Group Course Detail page consist of details for a particular group course. You will find all the details and information of the course including course materials included, course materials to prepare for the course, any requirements regarding language level, technical setup, supervision, health and safety, as well as any FAQ for the course.
Number of Classes
This section includes details about the type of this course.
To see detailed information about the difference types of courses, go here.
About the Course
This section includes details about the particular course.
What You'll Do
This section includes details about what students will do during the course.
This section is for courses that include kits. Courses that do not have kits will not have this section. Includes details about the kit included in the course.
Upcoming Courses in the Program
This section is for courses that part of subscription programs. Courses that are not part of a subscription program will not have this section. Includes details about all the upcoming courses that you can expect to take each month.
This section is where you can view what you'll be learning within the each lesson.
Required Materials and Class Prep
This section includes details about the materials you will need to prepare for each lesson, as well as any additional materials you will need to prepare prior to the course start.
This section is where you will find all agreements and prerequisite detail that all students must agree and understand in order to sign up for the course.
This section includes details of what English level the student is expected to be at in order to comfortably take the course.
Students must meet these following language requirements in order to take this course.
Speaking Skills: Beginner-Intermediate
Listening Skills: Beginner - Intermediate
Reading Skills: Beginner-Intermediate
Writing Skills: Beginner-Intermediate
For students currently taking an ELA program, they must currently be within ELA Standard Grade 3 to ELA Advanced Grade 4.
This section includes details of any technical setup needed in order to take the course.
For example: students must have a second camera present, an app downloaded, VR goggles prepared, etc.
This section includes details of any safety measures that students must prepare prior to class.
For example: students must make sure to wear goggles during all experiment activities at all times or until the teacher notifies students when to take them off.
This section includes details of any supervision measures that parents/legal guardians must prepare prior to class.
For example: parental supervision is recommended as students will be experiencing creating experiments with food coloring, baking soda, and vinegar.
This section includes details of any health measures such as food allergy details or physical activity details.
For example: students who are allergic to any nuts, cow’s milk, and eggs are highly recommended to not take this course.
This section includes the policy regarding the group course cancellation.
For example: cancellations done prior to the sign-up deadline will not be charged for the course.
Frequently Asked Questions
This section includes any FAQs about the particular group course.
Other Available Dates
This section includes other start dates in which this particular course is starting. To view another start date, click on ‘View Details’.
A. Great! You can see how to sign up for a group course here.