Jumeirah College
The Distance Learning Evaluation is designed to create a shared set of expectations around distance learning, and to enable parents to make the right education choice for their children. This Evaluation was carried out through discussions with school leaders, review of students’ work, observation of online lessons, and feedback from parents, students and teachers.
Summary of Findings
The school’s Distance Learning Profile, as evaluated by KHDA, on 12-May-2020  was:

The table below provides an overview of the status of development of each Theme.
This is represented by three colours, green for Developed, amber for Partially Developed and red for Not Developed.
Students’ distance learning and wellbeing Teaching and monitoring students’ learning Leading and managing students’ learning
Attendance and participation
Learning opportunities
Equity of access
Planning and delivery
Sharing intended learning outcomes
Distance learning programme
Monitoring and assessing learning
Communication and engagement
Resources management
Positive features of the Distance Learning Profile
1. Planning and delivery of a balanced distance learning programme

2. Effective use of resources to engage and develop students as independent learners

3.The school's contingency planning considering possible scenarios and options

Areas for development in the Distance Learning Profile
1. Enhance communication with parents to address their concerns promptly, provide them with regular updates and guide them in supporting their children's distance learning.

2. Address concerns about students' need for a better balance between screen time and other activities, and help students to manage their workloads by allowing some flexibility in the deadlines set for completion of assignments.

3. Ensure that parents are well informed about what their children are learning, and provide them with regular access to feedback on their children's work.