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questions about the beginners' class
« on: June 02, 2019, 10:17:53 pm »
Greetings and peace,

I have looked at the information about the beginner's class here, and had a look at the application but have a couple of other questions I didn't find answers for.

My work schedule makes it difficult for me to participate in classes and events that happen on evenings and weekends. I am curious about if there are set times for study and discussion where everyone participates  in real-time, or if it's something I can fit into my own schedule. If there are set times for study and discussion, what is the typical schedule like? 

Also, generally, what is the time-commitment per week/month?

Thank you for your time an attention,
Blessings and peace to you!
Bonnie

Offline Bawysudjawi

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Re: questions about the beginners' class
« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2019, 03:20:53 am »
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Re: questions about the beginners' class
« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2019, 06:35:57 am »
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the Beginner Class has two weekly chats. You can attend either or both.
Both Chats will be about the same topic, but they are lead by different teachers so they are not exaxctly the same.
In the past one Chat has been on Tuesday evening and the other one on Sunday afternoon. (so yes, the Class Chats have a set time)
Chatlogs are provided, so people who can't make it to the Chats won't miss anything.
And of course Beginners can contact the Beginner Class instructors at any time.
The lessons are rather short, there is a quiz coming along with each lesson and here and there will be homework, but none will be really time intensive.

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Re: questions about the beginners' class
« Reply #3 on: June 03, 2019, 04:29:26 pm »
Thank you Tanebet and Bawy, this is very helpful information!

Bonnie




 


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