To teach and learn the Truth of Science.
All tutored students, as a condition of their educational acceptance to the university, most agree to supervise and or mentor lower classroom students and to tutor them when needed. The university does not remunerate any graduate students for their mentor work. Mentored students may, on their own, remunerate their mentors if they so wish.
Research students may have the opportunity to gain supervising and demonstrating experience by undertaking, when asked, some course teaching on behalf of Colleges and departments.
Supervisions involve the teaching of undergraduates in small groups of between one and four students at regular intervals throughout the term. Demonstrating involves helping academic staff in running laboratory classes and various teaching exercises such as drawing or computer-aided process engineering. Such experience can be immensely valuable in developing a wide range of transferrable skills which can be important for future career success, whether in academia or in other fields.
Our Proven Educational System
We tailor our programs and educational methods after the most accomplished universities in Europe and the USA or South Africa or South America.
As a new student at Hawaii On-Line University you will be a member of a world-leading Tutoring organization with departments that seek advanced studies, research and the originality and significance of the work contributed by their academics. You will receive close individual support from an expert in your field – your tutor will assign you a personal supervisor whose role is to guide your programme of study or research. The availability of a suitable supervisor is one of the factors a faculty or department takes into account when considering your studies. Read more…
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We are convinced that distance learning and home schooling “Produce better educational results than traditional education” https://creationhomeschooler.blogspot.com/p/will-you-teach-obtain-tenure-at.html. (Echeverria, 2017)
All graduate students, as a condition of their educational graduation and of acceptance to the university, most agree to supervise and or mentor lower classroom students and to tutor them when needed. The university does not remunerate any graduate students for their mentor work. Mentored students may, on their own, remunerate their mentors if they so wish.