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Saturday, March 25, 2017

SA-made solution helps Maths and Science students achieve good results | The South African

Photo: Caryn Edwards
"All you need is a cellphone." says Caryn Edwards, Author at The South African.

Top quality Maths and Science teaching is now available to South African students, offline through their cell phones.

Photo: Youtube / The Paper Video Subject Maps

For the first time, no matter where a student lives or what their economic situation may be, Grade 8 and 9 students can turn their cell phone into an experienced teacher in key subjects – without the internet or data.

This innovation, called Subject Maps has come about through a partnership of Paper Video and the Actuarial Society of South Africa (ASSA). It is a response to the dire state of Maths and Science education in SA, particularly in under-resourced schools.

It works by allowing students access through their own cell phones to professional video lessons for every topic in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Accounting in Grades 8 and 9...

Check out the video that explains the concept below:


Source: The South African