Digital Learning

Students can expect technology to play a regular and routine role in their learning at Marymount. Marymount teachers use technology as a learning tool to make learning fun, exciting and engaging for your child. Whether they are using tablets to create digital art, laptops to narrate and present digital stories, or interactive whiteboards to explore mathematical concepts; students use technology to gather, analyze, interpret and synthesize information, present it in a professional manner and finally, to understand the effects of technology development and use on social, ethical and human issues.

Remote Learning at Marymount

At Marymount Paris, learning is experienced based, followed by reflection, and resulting in action. Student well being has always been at the heart of a Marymount education. Never has this been more important since the world of education - and indeed of our global community - has been radically impacted by the spread of Covid-19.  As each family faces and deals with the restrictions in their own manner, it is vital that Marymount teachers and educators create a sense of consistency and safety, where the children can come and continue to receive an education.

Remote learning at Marymount aims to: 

  • create and maintain conditions that foster learning and critical thinking for students
  • develop and emphasis on well-being and social-emotional support
  • provide curated IT platforms and resources to support and complement teaching
  • enhance parental engagement as educational partners
  • support staff well-being

Remote Learning Handbook* 
*This handbook is a living and dynamic document that is regularly updated in order to respond to the needs of our students and staff.