No Student is Left Behind

Trinity University of Asia ( TUA) values the health and safety of its students and has provided the means by which students can still learn by instituting the Flexible Learning Options ( FLOs). TUA- FLOs is a hybrid learning approach that caters to the varying needs and context of the student and  the nature of the subjects and course program. To efficiently deliver the lessons to the students TUA will now be using its very own eLearning Management System called the TUA Learning Cloud (TLC).

The TLC system core Moodle will provide integrated toolsets , functionalities  and the latest online applications for its delivery of courses; it is a cloud base solution that will maximize the use of mobile phones, tablets, PC and laptops to make the learning experience more accessible, flexible, and cost-effective both for faculty members and students. Additionally, it will make learning more organized and streamlined and will provide faculty members and students everything needed to manage online classes in a secure and centralized environment. With this environment, students can download lectures, access assignments, take exams online, collaborate with other students, interact with teachers in a setting where students learn at their own pace, anytime and anywhere.

TLC will be used in all stages in the university where learning takes place: from secondary, higher education, graduate school to online training and short courses for professional education. Thus, learning in TUA will not only be exclusive to  a group and  be confined within the classroom walls, but through remote access to teaching materials TLC will reach and engage students in a transformative, engaging teaching and learning experience.

While learning is digitized, TUA ensures that in TLC-Trinity,  students’ socio-emotional needs are also met through  teaching and  learning  activities that are fun, with love , care and compassion that allows students to express themselves and be guided towards a meaningful understanding not only of their subjects, but its relevance to their life.