Cyber Home Learning Space

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The Cyber home learning system (CHLS), launched in 2004 in South Korea, provides learners with free online services offering learning content, adaptive supports to complement learners' capabilities by cyber teachers and tutors, and private learning spaces on cyberspace. The major purpose of the project is to pursue better performance within public school systems and equity of educational opportunities. Basically, CHLS offers supplemental materials and activities related to school work. Students can voluntarily access the system through the Internet at home and be involved in additional learning opportunities with teachers' and tutors' guidance. Students who want to study in CHLS must register on a separate web site operated by regional educational institutes. Educational contents delivered through CHLS cover core subject matter in the 4th ~ 6th grades of elementary school, the 7th ~9th grades of middle school and the 10th grade of high school.