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About our Online Portal

We at OLK12 are able to provide a set of software tools designed to help instructors and students to interact and collaborate to further their pedagogical needs. Using a web browser, students and teachers would choose from a set of features to create a virtual classroom that meets their needs.

These virtual sites will be used to:

I. Make announcements and share resources, such as documents or links to other resources on the web.

II. Online discussion board for students to collaborate on an assignment.

IIIII. Students secure access to learn and submit their assignments electronically.

Examples of some of the material that will supplement class lectures are shown below. These examples will show the strength of our Online program.

For a video presentation on the Pythagorean Theroem please click here

For a video presentation of an overview of Vectors please click here

A Chinese Example

China's e-Learning market

After years of development, e-Learning over the Internet has entered its 'growth stage' in China. Its market scale reached RMB (Renminbi) 17.5 billion in 2008, 20.7% higher than the RMB 14.5 billion reached in 2007. As to users, there were about 12.2 million people using online education in 2008, 25.1% higher than in 2007.

Since the government doesn't spend so much on pre-school education as a whole in China, most of the service providers in the field are private organizations. That's why their standards of running schools are so different from each other. Against the background, some innovative organizations or individuals enter the pre-school field in the form of online education. Participation of so many players would bring China's pre-school online education into a market-brewing stage in the next few years, during which new business and profit-making models would present themselves.

Primary- and middle-school education online became active in China in 2005, and the market scale reached RMB 1.54 billion in 2008, up by 18.5% from 2007, with the number of users increasing too. Our research shows that traditional primary and middle schools will continue to dominate in this field, and there will not be so much consolidation because of Chinas special educational models.