Partner with us in Jordan
Supporting refugees and underserved Lebanese communities through access to high-quality education
Strategic partnerships to meet students’ needs
With a burgeoning suite of training programs, a growing partner network and successful student base, Kiron in Jordan is uniquely positioned to have a significant impact for students and their communities. As we grow and continue to innovate, our office in Jordan has proven its sustainability and is now poised to scale our blended learning certificate program and our student empowerment program in communities across the country.
Blended learning focus
As online learning is very new in the region and in Jordan, we also work on advancing the culture of online learning to different stakeholders: students, faculty members, other NGOs, ministerial bodies and other partners. In order to meet our students’ needs better according to the local context and help them to better understand online learning, we use a blended learning approach in a certificate program format.
Kiron Lebanon at a glance:
Three main pillars of our approach
Kiron provides the opportunity for the students to study credits for free on the Kiron Campus and then get their online credits recognized when they apply and transfer to a local partner university.
The students will then be able to save tuition fees by transferring the courses they have already studied online, pursue their studies offline and graduate from a bachelor’s degree from that university.
Kiron offers tailored online and in-person guidance to students depending on the goals that they want to achieve, whether they want to go to university or envisage other pathways. Students have access to our online forum, help center, mentoring services and others, as well as in-person office hours and welcome sessions.
Kiron proposes a blended education initiative, consisting of a digital learning certificate program and peer-to-peer support components. Students are organized in groups and offered access to study centers in different regions of Lebanon. With computers, an internet connection, students pursue their online studies with a tutor present to guide them through the course, and give complementary offline academic support.
To ensure sustainable prospects for our students and beyond, Kiron also holds a policy advocacy agenda in Lebanon.
We work with multiple stakeholders, students, faculty members, other NGOS and ministerial bodies including the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, in order to advance the culture and the recognition of online learning on a macro-level in the country.
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