The N50 Project has released a white paper "Digital Adoption: A model for capacity and sustainability in digitally marginalized communities."
Mwabu Learn launch! New app with interactive learning for primary subjects
Our interactive learner resources are now available online and via mobile app, with the launch of Mwabu Learn.
The new online learning platform and mobile app offer easy access for children, parents, teachers and schools to use our digital learner resources. Navigation is simple and progress can be tracked by viewing lessons completed and in-lesson quiz results.
This new development enables us to take our interactive lessons beyond our existing user base. We offer solutions for schools without power and internet connectivity, and lessons can be downloaded for use offline, enabling implementation in even the most inaccessible areas.
Over 1000 lessons cover primary school topics for English, Maths, Science, Social Studies and Creative and Technology Studies, all with animations, explanations and activities perfect for children aged 6-13 years.
This new development is all made possible by the skill and extraordinary effort of our product team, so we offer thanks to everyone involved!
If you work for a school or organisation interested in using Mwabu Learn: Get in touch >
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