The N50 Project has released a white paper "Digital Adoption: A model for capacity and sustainability in digitally marginalized communities."
Interactive Maths, Science and English lessons now online
Introducing Mwabu Learn
The pilot of Mwabu Learn is now live! For the first time, teachers, parents and learners can use our interactive learning resources online.
The pilot of Mwabu Learn is now live! For the first time, teachers, parents and learners can use our interactive learning resources online, or offline by downloading the app. Our animated lessons packed with activities and quizzes can now be accessed on smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop devices.
The new site makes it easy to navigate hundreds of lessons for Maths, Science and English across Levels 1-7. Users can also now track learners’ progress by viewing quiz results and lessons completed.
This new platform will form part of our ongoing solutions for schools and projects, with options for use in locations without power or connectivity, as well as offering teacher training services.
For a limited time, access to our upper primary lessons is completely free, as we seek feedback for the pilot. The next stage of development is currently underway for the final site and Mwabu Learn app.
We are very excited that this significant new development will enable us to reach many more learners!
Take a look at the pilot site and use the feedback section to let us know what you think:
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