Mother of Divine Grace offers additional math, science and language support for students through our Adobe Connect Labs. Students taking math, science and language classes in Learning Support may sign up for personalized tutoring sessions in an Adobe Connect classroom with an MODG teacher to review work and problems. Students taking math, science and language classes in Teacher Services may raise their course to Teacher Enhanced Directed-Lab in order to meet with the MODG teacher in an Adobe Connect classroom. We no longer offer Adobe Connect Labs outside of Learning Support/Teacher Services.
gradauted cum laude from Benedictine College in 2017 with a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering and Physics. Aidan is currently working as a systems engeinner for Lockheed Martin where he works on the F-35 Lightning II.
Students can add Adobe Connect Labs on to a Learning Support course to get 24 meetings of 30 minutes in an Adobe classroom to review work and problems; in addition to the standard 1 or 2 weekly Learning Support classes (which include grading).
Math Labs support is available for the following texts:
Science Labs support is available for the following texts:
Note: These labs are not designed to assist the student with laboratory experiments assigned in the syllabus; rather they are meant to help students with particular concepts presented in the text.
Language Labs support is available for the following texts:
Elective Labs are available for the following courses:
For information on our Registration and Course Fees, please see the Enrollment - Pricing Breakdown page.
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