- What is SWOTE?
What is SWOTE?
SWOTE is Sanwhole Online Traditional Education.
Sanwhole Online Traditional Education is a remote education self-help platform based on traditional education that allows principals to set up online schools, teachers teach remotely, students learn remotely, and obtain the same quality of education as in school learning.
- SWOTE—The Right Choice For My Family
- Why should I choose SWOTE?
Why should I choose SWOTE?
SWOTE is based on traditional education. Students can learn at home, and obtain the same quality of education as in school learning.
Students are still learning in the traditional way, including teachers in class teaching, students do homework after class, teachers correct students' homework, students correct their mistakes. In this cycle, students learning knowledge, correct their mistakes and consolidate their correctness. As the whole learning process of students is the same as that in school, they are still guided by real people teachers, students' each day’s homework and test papers are corrected by real people teachers daily, so students can get the same quality education at home as in school learning. Therefore, even if the school is closed, students can continue to complete their studies.
- Is SWOTE Accredited?
Is SWOTE Accredited?
SWOTE can provide detailed student academic transcripts and original test papers to relevant units, schools and universities. SWOTE student process control meets ISO 9000 documented information control that the whole learning process of students, including each homework and examination, has a complete original paper record.
These authentic, complete and traceable information about students can provide enough reference information for relevant units, schools and universities. To which countries, States, cities, schools and universities accredit this information, it needs the joint efforts of you and us. But there is no doubt that our detailed data give you an advantage over other virtual learning.
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- Can I create pods micro-school on SWOTE?
Can I create pods micro-school on SWOTE?
Yes, you can.
Parents can set up their own virtual schools like Pods and teach in turn. SWOTE system only charges a symbolic basic fee.
SWOTE Pods is still remote education, and children are still learning in their own homes. Conditional parents can help themselves as teachers. Therefore, SWOTE Pods is the safest, freest, fastest, cheapest and fairest.
- Educational Questions
- Does SWOTE have an attendance requirement?
Does SWOTE have an attendance requirement?
No, it doesn’t.
SWOTE is based on traditional education. Although students learn at home, students are still learning in the traditional way, including teachers in class teaching, students do homework after class, teachers correct students' homework, students correct their mistakes. Their learning and rest time remains unchanged. They learn regularly and interact with their real people teachers all the time. Therefore, even if students don’t attend school, SWOTE can always master the state of students.
- Who teaches students at SWOTE?
Who teaches students at SWOTE?
SWOTE employs trained and licensed teachers, experienced academicians, and innovative thinkers in their fields, all of whom are experienced in teaching in a virtual classroom. Most teachers have bachelor's degrees and many have master's degrees. SWOTE provides ongoing teacher training and professional development opportunities throughout the year as well.
- What kind of support does a virtual teacher provide to his/her students?
What kind of support does a virtual teacher provide to his/her students?
SWOTE has no virtual teachers, only real teachers.
SWOTE is based on traditional education. SWOTE’s professional teachers provide same support to students as in school learning including in class teaching, assign homework after class, correct students' homework, etc.
- Who is responsible for reading and grading students’ course work done?
Who is responsible for reading and grading students’ course work?
SWOTE students’ assignments are evaluated solely by their assigned teacher every day who review and grade all work in totally the same way as a traditional teacher would review it.
SWOTE forbids teachers to assign homework only but not correct it in time. The homework of the day must be corrected on the same day. Make sure that the existing mistakes have been corrected when students learn new content.
- What is the schedule for the school year?
The 2020—21 school year calendar for SWOTE:
August 31, 2020: First Day of School
September 7, 2020: Labor Day—No Class
October 12, 2020: October Break—No Class
November 11, 2020: Veterans' Day–No Class
November 26–27, 2020: Thanksgiving Break—No Class
December 21, 2020 - January 1, 2021: Winter Break
January 18, 2021: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day—No Class
January 25, 2021: First Semester Ends
January 26, 2021: Teacher Work Day–No Class
January 27, 2021: Second Semester Starts
February 15, 2021: Presidents’ Day—No Class
March 29–April 2, 2021: Spring Break—No Class
May 31, 2021: Memorial Day–No Class
June 10, 2021: Second Semester Ends/Last Day of School
School Closed - Additional Administrator/12 Month Employee Days: December 23, 2020; March 30-31, 2021; April 1-2, 2021
- What hours will my student’s teacher be available to my student?
What hours will my student’s teacher be available to my student?
Generally teachers are available standard working hours.
- What hours will my student attend school at SWOTE?
What hours will student attend school at SWOTE?
SWOTE is based on traditional education. Students must strictly adhere to the same schedule as in school learning.
- How, and how often, will my student interact with his/her teacher and/or other students?
How, and how often, will my student interact with his/her teacher and/or other students?
Students have the opportunity to communicate daily with their teacher and other students.
- Will I need to purchase books or materials for my courses?
Will I need to purchase books or materials for my courses?
All books and instructional materials for the course will be provided to the student. Ask your school principle for more detailed information. Basic school supplies such as handwritten devices, pens, paper, etc. are the responsibility of the student.
- How do I purchase a print copy of a text book?
How do I purchase a print copy of a textbook?
Once your student's courses have been selected, we will then provide information regarding the purchase of hard copies for your child’s course materials. Please note that additional textbook purchases are not required. Ask your school principle for more detailed information.
- What curriculum does SWOTE provide?
What curriculum does SWOTE provide?
It depends on the school you choose. Ask your school principle for more detailed information.
- Technical Questions
- What technology will student need to participate in SWOTE?
What technology will student need to participate in SWOTE?
Students are required to provide their own computer equipment and should have high-speed Internet access.
- What computer skills do SWOTE students need?
What computer skills do SWOTE students need?
Students do not need advanced computer skills to attend SWOTE. There is only one software named Sanwhole Studio installed in students computer. We offer tutorial videos, online help documents to help students become comfortable with the software.
- Can I use my Apple, Macintosh computer to access SWOTE system?
Can I use my Apple, Macintosh computer to access SWOTE system?
No. Sanwhole Studio software can only be installed in Windows system.