BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO
SOLOMON Islands schools using the Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) are urged to collaborate to produce better academic results for students.
The call was made by Mr Basil Tavake, Admin Director for Holau Christian Academy (HCA), one of the schools that operate under ACE curriculum.
“However this can be achieved if all the schools see values in working together as common goal and will also give a meaningful reason to work together.
“Because in returned collaboration will provide all cooperative partners or schools with equal opportunities to participate and communicate their idea about school plans and visions,” Basil said.
In addition the collaboration all urged to work toward will then allows students to absorb subject material at their own PACE (Packet of Accelerated Christian Education) rather than being forced to learn at a pace by a teacher in a classroom environment.
Also its programmes will enable schools and home schools to administer PACEs to multiple students on different grade levels with minimal staffing and will helps students to enhance their gifts talents for ministry work both local and abroad.