The College incorporates technology as a method of enhancing instruction. The Learning System at Notting Hill College engages learners in the learning process as full partners who must assume primary responsibility for their own choices. Notting Hill College assists its learners to form and participate in collaborative learning activities.
The Learning system at Notting Hill College creates and offers as many options for learning as possible. Using computer and web technologies, Notting Hill College delivers instruction to students in multiple modes. These multiple modes are important for meeting the different learning styles of our students.
Students’ assessments at Notting Hill College take place in multiple modes to provide meaningful feedback on learning outcomes. These multiple modes help us meet the different learning styles of the students.
Tests, exams, and performance assessment tasks are used to show that students have mastered learning outcomes toward a degree or certification programme or toward a personal learning goal, thus providing evidence of substantive change in individual learners.
Quizzes and hands-on learning activities are used to provide meaningful feedback to students during learning events so that students understand their learning gaps and can take responsibility for continued study and work to master the learning outcomes.