As the world recovers from the impact of the COVID19 pandemic, the need for virtual learning has become critical to ensuring education is accessible to all. We designed the Virtual STEM Hub to provide STEM teachers with resources to engage their students remotely.
So far, through our Edtech Practice, re:learn, we’ve successfully engaged 106 teachers and 900+ students in Nigeria and Kenya. To share learnings from the program, we introduce the Virtual Learning Insight Series, a leadership piece focused on the successes, challenges of virtual learning post COVID19 in Africa.
Last week, we focused on the factors to consider in selecting a suitable platform for virtual learning.
Read more about re:learn’s low-tech, inquiry-based approach to choosing the right platform for improved accessibility, ease of use and engagements