iPad-based e-learning solution adoption grows in Nigeria

iPad-based e-learning solution adoption grows in Nigeria

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By TECHNOLOGY TIMES Reporter

iPad-based e-learning solution adoption grows in Nigeria
The company says that Tabtor Math offers an interactive learning experience with a dedicated instructor, instant feedback, engaging gaming aspect and a new way to master math concepts and strategies for problem solving.

Lagos. July 29, 2013: Nigeria and others counting Ghana, Germany, Belgium, New Zealand, Australia and Japan, are some of the countries where an iPad-based e-learning solution has gained international adoption underscoring its popularity, the company behind the project has announced in Bangalore, India. 

The company says that Tabtor Math offers an interactive learning experience with a dedicated instructor, instant feedback, engaging gaming aspect and a new way to master math concepts and strategies for problem solving.

“Parents, students and teachers across the globe are cheering for Tabtor Math based on the fantastic results the program has delivered”, the company said in a statement.

“We are excited to announce the global launch of Tabtor Math, our new student learning platform on iPads,” Raj Valli, Tabtor CEO said.

“Not only are we happy to make the program available to everyone across the globe, but we are also pleased to be able to offer parents a personalized, convenient, engaging and affordable math learning program for their children. Our obsession and focus on the Point of Learning for each student has enabled us with the ability to radically transform learning outcomes for millions of students across the globe.”

Tabtor was first launched to a select group of students last year and has made continuous improvements to its learning platform based on feedback from its early adopters.

The demand for Tabtor has been steadily increasing and weekly enrollment has quadrupled in the last few months, the company said.

Tabtor Math’s Point of Learning program addresses the needs of those seeking skill development and enrichment. Parents want the ability to deliver an instructor-driven math program to their children at an affordable price, as well as be able to monitor their progress first-hand. Tabtor Math grants both of these wishes.

Educational institutions are also getting in on the Tabtor action with the iPad-based platform helping to increase teacher efficiency, classroom productivity, reduce grading time and helps increase test scores to reduce teacher frustration and providing a sense of fulfillment, according to its developer.

According to Tabtor, the award winning Tabtor Math program currently has more than 500 active students in the US, with over 500,000 problems solved.

“Given the adoption of the new Singapore Math based Common Core State Standards (CCSS) across 45 states in the U.S from this year, the demand for a math program that develops a deeper understanding and strong foundation is at an all-time high”, according to the company CEO.

“Tabtor is all about personalization. Tabtor’s Point of Learning Analytics provides teachers with a razor sharp precision in finding where a student is struggling, and then providing a customized learning pathway for every student,” said Balraj Suneja, CTO of the company.

“The platform can be scaled to millions of students and can be extended to any subject. The platform takes away menial and administrative tasks from a teacher and enhances student engagement with the game aspects of the program, thus getting fantastic reviews from schools that have begun implementing it.”

Tabtor Math prides itself on being tailored to the needs of every student. The use of digital-paper technology allows sharing of student work, grading, video tutorials and adaptive analytics. Students enrolled in the programme across the US have shown between 20 and 35 per cent performance improvement in math in just two months, according to its maker.

 

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