Transforming the E-Learning space
South African high school students.
Dream chasers who continue to stumble over the mathematics hurdle. Their shattered dreams are reflected in raw figures published by the Department of Basic Education. The figures reveal that in the class of 2019 only 37% of learners who wrote mathematics in Matric achieved a mark of 40% or above.
Given a series of lackluster academic performance over the decade, we exercised thought and brought Magaeng Mathematics in reality. An online mathematics program that teaches mathematics using 2D animation.
Animation is the use of motion images to expand the imagination of the viewer. Viewers can access our content on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M2ievzB-3c&t=3s and dive deep into a virtual reality where each chapter in the mathematics curriculum is dedicated a tailor made scene. For example, when we teach exponents we journey in rural land to explore ancient arts of Africa who carved the Mother Land to play the games of stone called Diketo/Ingeto.
Embedded in this game is a series of outcome which manifests an exponential tree and the root sign can channel the to the base, their inner self, the core of their ore.
In financial mathematics learners can get the viewing of concepts like interest rate, future value, time and present value being taught in banking environment. We also include financial instruments such as government bonds as an extra to encourage the culture of saving to eliminate social issues such as #FeesMustFall
UNESCO-UNEVOC virtual conference report: Artificial Intelligence in education and training Virtual conference report, UNESCO-UNEVOC TVeT Forum, 11 to 15 November 2019. Moderated by Kelly Shiohira and James Keevy, JET Education Services, South Africa
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The Sustainable Development Goals highlight the critical importance of pre-primary education and set the broad ambition that by 2030 all girls and boys have access