Debates at IMT Class helps students properly express their thoughts and formulate constructive arguments in English. They are guided by native speakers, who define and explain the topic for further discussions. In turn, the local teacher assists in designing arguments and instructs students throughout the process.
Students will have a unique opportunity to learn how to express their personal views in the English language, touching on hot topics in the world today. Also, the debate will be carried out in such world discussion formats, as the British Parliament Format and Karl Popper Format.

Teachers will be able to practice the new method of constructing arguments on various topics in English language. In addition, they will learn how to objectively look at the topic for discussion and correctly interpret the speech of a student in English.

The main importance of discussion and the difference from debates is that the IMT Class students, instead of defending personal opinion have to learn how to work in groups and create a joint argument and vision of topic. They also learn how to publicly discuss issues and not have a thesis but to follow the topic. Discussions help students to understand difficult topics and accelerate motivation to progress.
IMT Class Students will have unique the opportunity to learn how to negotiate, cooperate and collaborate with the opposing team, follow topics and move in discussions from one question to another. It will help to identify opponents who are thinking the same way or differently, correctly assessing the vision of one's self and that of te team.

IMT Class Teachers can practice to coordinate conversation and manage direction in which they would like to move the teams. Teachers also will be able to listen, hear and understand of student arguments and express their own point of view as well as use professional knowledge to contribute ideas and conversation in English with important comments.


Coordinate printed text with graphics: IMT Class frames the design of each digital learning object with this principle in mind. Students are provided multiple representations of information (through graphics, text, and video) and those representations are provided through a coordinated presentation that assures that the graphics on each screen align with the printed text and are not superfluous.
IMT Class Provide students with scaffolds: Examples of scaffolding to manage the cognitive load include providing data representations, labor intensive calculations, and the strategic storing of information in ways that allow the learner to focus on the core concept of the task, rather than procedural detail. Such principles are very much part of the Compass Learning designs.

Teachers will be able:
- to practice listening and understanding skills
- to run own presentations
- to arrange joint presentations wth students
- to learn present topics from daily class in a different way

IMT Class has always been about teaching more than rote foundational knowledge and discrete procedures. Attention to brain research and how content is retained and successfully applied or transferred is, and has been, a key differentiator for IMT Class. This has resulted in content that offers vast opportunities for exploration, discovery, critical thinking, analysis and deep reasoning around concepts.
The program's research-based pedagogy ensures that students are provided with clear examples and focused activities that move from the simple to the complex and from the concrete to the abstract in a manner that provides scaffolded support to the learner.

Intervention activities are delivered through engaging, highly interactive, and individualized learning paths that provide targeted instruction on specific skills and concepts. Instant feedback and repetitive skill development ensure that students are mastering critical objectives before moving on to more complex materials.

Motivation Letter
Writing the perfect Motivation Letter for your University or job application can be a challenging endeavour. This document express student's wish and vision about his future and career. Attending this course in IMT Class students will learn all details how to write Motivation letter, what to write and way to structure it.
IMT Class students will be guided by our USA and UK tutors in order to practice and learn how to write motivation letter. Therefore we present to the students a guide and a professional example to help answer the question "How to write a dynamic Motivation Letter", in order to impress the university admissions officer or recruiter or employer reading it.

IMT Class teachers will benefit from this course in order to a) learn and practice own motivation letter b) use knowledge in regular class to deliver methodology of Motivation letter wider number students.

Project Based Learning (PBL)
PBL is a teaching methodology that utilizes student-cantered projects to facilitate student learning with proven impact achieved by improving problem solving and thinking skills, and engaging students in their learning, in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to a complex question, problem, or challenge.
IMT Class administration assure that the real-world focus of the projects allowed students, associated with school failure in traditional classroom situations, who did not generally shine in academic discussions to share their knowledge about subject matter that was familiar and accessible.

Teachers in this study also reported a reduced need for disciplinary actions during project-based study, citing increased student engagement as the chief reason. Additionally, several studies indicated that the beneficial academic effects of project-based instruction were most pronounced for middle- to low-achieving students.
Essential Elements of PBL include:
IMT Class - Project Based Learning
Significant Content
At its core, the project is focused on teaching students important knowledge and skills, derived from standards and key concepts at the heart of academic subjects.
21st Century Competencies
Students build competencies valuable for today's world, such as problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and creativity / innovation, which are explicitly taught and assessed.
This In-Depth Inquiry
Students are engaged in an extended, rigorous process of asking questions, using resources, and developing answers. lets us to get success in problems of all levels.
Driving Question
Project work is focused by an open-ended question that students understand and find intriguing, which captures their task or frames their exploration.
Need to Know
Students see the need to gain knowledge, understand concepts, and apply skills in order to answer the Driving Question and create project products, beginning with an Entry Event that generates interest and curiosity.
Voice and Choice
Students are allowed to make some choices about the products to be created, how they work, and how they use their time, guided by the teacher and depending on age level and PBL experience.
Critique and Revision
The project includes processes for students to give and receive feedback on the quality of their work, leading them to make revisions or conduct further inquiry.
Public Audience
Students present their work to other people, beyond their classmates and teacher.
Teacher and Student.
PBL allows teachers to work more closely with active, engaged students doing high-quality, meaningful work, and in many cases to rediscover the joy of learning alongside their students. .
IMT Class will leverage PBL
for the following reasons:
PBL is an effective and enjoyable way to learn and develop deeper learning competencies required for success in college, career and civic life.
PBL Not boring
Today's students, more than ever, often find school to be boring and meaningless. In PBL, students are active, not passive; a project engages their hearts and minds, and provides real-world relevance for learning.
Remember longer
After completing a project, students remember what they learn and retain it longer than is often the case with traditional instruction. Because of this, students who gain content knowledge with PBL are better able to apply what they know and can do to new situations.
How to take responsibility
In the 21st century workplace, success requires more than basic knowledge and skills. In PBL, students not only understand content more deeply but also learn how to take responsibility and build confidence, solve problems, work collaboratively, communicate ideas, and be creative innovators.
Critical thinking
The Common Core and other present-day standards emphasize real-world application of knowledge and skills, and the development of the 21st century competencies such as critical thinking, communication in a variety of media, and collaboration. PBL provides an effective way to address such standards.
Modern technology
Modern technology – which students use so much in their lives – is a perfect fit with PBL. With technology, teachers and students can connect with experts, partners, and audiences around the world, and use tech tools to find resources and information, create products, and collaborate more effectively.
Voice and Choice
PBL allows teachers to work more closely with active, engaged students doing high-quality, meaningful work, and in many cases to rediscover the joy of learning alongside their students.
Critique and Revision
The project includes processes for students to give and receive feedback on the quality of their work, leading them to make revisions or conduct further inquiry.
Public Audience - Students present their work to other people, beyond their classmates and teacher.
Innovative Classrooms
IMT Class staff is a research and design group partnering with schools, colleges and universities to enable educators to redesign innovative classrooms, schools and systems through a process in which we hypothesise, research and imagine 'true' or fully realised schools-places of limitless potential for people and learning.
Modern PBL
IMT Class models of PBL are not like some past examples of "doing projects" in which student learning outcomes were not clear. More rigorous and effective models of PBL, such as BIE's, have been refined and tested in recent years in a variety of settings, subjects, and grade levels.

Not every student likes reading books present days and most of them do not read literary works at all, as smartphones took most time in their young life. To able students to meet heroes from different stories, understand author's purpose, fined main ideas, discuss classic and modern writers point of views in English, will be win-win for IMT Class students.
IMT Class students will be intellectually well developed, learn moral and ethic, expand horizons and will be able to compare life priorities of different era.

IMT Class teachers will have unique opportunity to present themselves to students as a personality not related to traditionally, daily tutorial of subjects in class. Many teachers got brilliant skills of reading, painting or singing. Teachers will be able to improve English language skills, and think in English, been actively involved in IMT Literary Club.

Three different Generation and three deferent epochs surrounds our IMT Class student's and have daily influence and effect on their personality and professional development.
First ones are parents generation - Generation of "Hard Workers";
Second ones are young persons, age 25 – 35, just turned successful entrepreneur or social person, Generation of "Smart Workers".
Third – Era of Artificial intelligence - as first as second generation, perfectly understand that in a 5-7 years will be totally different lifestyle, and Artificial intelligence presence in our daily life will be bigger and bigger, and we do not wont to achieve point when Artificial intelligence controls Humane intelligence.

At this point, the most important issue becomes the opportunity for our students to be able to develop own Intellect and be always ahead of Artificial one and ready to meet new challenge of life and job opportunities that we even can't think today.

It Is very important that teachers will be directly involved in this projects, as they have to educate IMT Class students and they have to clearly understand responsibility and opportunity has to be delivered to our young generation.

English Language
IMTClass offers to its students to develop grammar practice, writing, speaking and reading skills in English during the academic year. Listening to online texts with the correct pronunciation develops the key knowledge necessary to successfully pass IELTS and SAT tests. Visual tracking of text helps to improve spelling skills. Lesson Vocabulary Words and Study Guides are available for each lesson.
Project Based Learning
The Students are actively involved in Project Based Learning, researches, debates and discussions to asura that strategic thinking and storing of information in ways that allow the learner to focus on the core concept of the task, rather than procedural detail. Such principles are very much part of the IMT Class designs.
Formative Feedback
In IMT Class design, the most direct practical implication of the present study is that multimedia science programs can result in broader learning if the communication model is entered around shared environments in which the student is addressed as a participant rather than as an observer. Involves both students and teachers making use of evidence. Such learning environments encourage students to become teachers, and teachers to become students.
Critical Writing
The Students cover elements of three major creative writing genres: short story, narrative essay, and memoir. You will master the techniques that good writers use to compose a bracing story, populated with memorable characters in an interesting setting, written in a fresh descriptive style. You will analyze and constructively evaluate peer writing. In the Capstone, you will draft, rewrite, and complete a substantial original story in the genre of your choosing.
Effective Communication:
Students communicate effectively in writing and in oral presentations. They structure information in meaningful ways, listen to and give feedback, and construct messages for particular audiences.
Collaborative students work well in teams. They communicate and understand multiple points of view and they know how to cooperate to achieve a shared goal.
Self-directed Learning & Motivation:
Students develop an ability to direct their own learning. They set goals, monitor their own progress, and reflect on their own strengths and areas for improvement. They learn to see setbacks as opportunities for feedback and growth. Students who learn through self-direction are more adaptive and motivated than their peers.
An "Academic Mindset":
Students with an academic mindset have a strong belief in themselves. They trust their own abilities and believe their hard work will pay off, so they persist to overcome obstacles. They also learn from and support each other. They see the relevance of their schoolwork to the real world and their own future success.
Mastery of Core Academic Content:
Students build their academic foundation in subjects like reading, writing, math, and science. They understand key principles and procedures, recall facts, use the correct language, and draw on their knowledge to complete new tasks.
Focus of the Curriculum
IMT Class will provide students with an education that maximizes the realization of their individual talents, preparing them for success in a technology and information driven 21st Century Economy.
Gradual Release of Responsibility to Students
Learners first observe the teacher or another source successfully perform a task, then practice. This practice can be supported by first being supported through scaffolds in the forms of the instructor, peers, resources, or technological tools. These scaffolds should then be gradually faded, so that learners can then practice, then perform the skill, on their own.
IELTS & SAT Preparation
During the academic year students will practice daily the skills necessary for successful completion of IELTS test with minimum of 6,5 to 8,5 guaranteed result at graduation. SAT Math, SAT writing and SAT reading are individual subjects delivering to student practical and theoretical knowledge in order to succeed in the SAT test.
Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
Students think critically, analytically, and creatively. They know how to find, evaluate, and synthesize information to construct arguments. They can design their own solutions to complex problems.
21st Century Competencies
Students build competencies valuable for today's world, such as problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and creativity/innovation, which are explicitly taught and assessed in IMT Classes and helps students to choose future profession and start successful career.
    • General English
    • Test Preparation
    • French Language