Connecting African’s Education Through Digital…

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At Teach Tech Afrika, we are committed to Sustainable Development Goals; ensuring inclusive and quality education for all".  Even during crisis and conflict through the uses of various teaching tech based tools and gadgets.

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Communicate with students, engage in problem solving and help them understand the ways technology can facilitate their learning. Unique batch settings and tools to improve student engagement in learning.


Why Teach Tech Afrika is Different ?

The COVID-19 pandemic, informed the decision of the founders to alternatively work out implementable strategies in other to ensure education is affected by the revenged pandemic. As such, at Teach Tech Afrika, we are committed to Sustainable Development Goals: Ensuring inclusive and quality Education for all. Even during crisis and conflict through the uses of various teaching tech based Tools and Gadgets. We are not unaware of the Learning Poverty among the Africa continent, yet as Non-Governmental Organization we are open to work in partnership with government, communities and Organization to support initiative projects, timely research and knowledge sharing activities about the effective and appropriate use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in education system strengthen learning and contribute to poverty reduction around the world. As countries across Africa continent has battled and still battling with effect of COVID-19 pandemic in their various countries. its important as a people of a general world, we should look for alternative to reimagine our education system through technology, thereby giving accurate access to quality and reimagined education.

Our Strategy

As Education systems invest in EdTech, Teach Tech Afrika advocates these five principles for how to design and implement technology to re-imagine education.

Ask Why ?

EdTech policies need to be developed with a clear purpose, strategy and vision of the intended education change to address the learning crisis. If technology is the answer, what is the question? Education technology should be focused on the “education” and not just on the “technology”. Before investing in and deploying EdTech, policymakers must ask what education challenges need to be addressed and what resulting change is desired. Policies must be holistic to account for teacher capacity and incentives, appropriate digital learning resources linked to the curriculum, and formative assessments that capture learning. Education at its core is a human-centered socially intensive endeavor. Technology is a means to these goals.

Design For Scale

EdTech design should be flexible and user-centered with equity and inclusion at its heart in order to realize scale and sustainability for all. Design for scale begins with proactive engagement and empathy for all possible end users such as students, teachers, administrators, parents, etc. Engagement with different users will reveal different needs. Understanding these needs will lead to inclusive and flexible designs that will be equitable and hence scalable. Today, the use of EdTech has demonstrated and is exacerbating inequities in education systems. This need not be the case. Beginning the design process with how technology can be utilized for all will lead to initiatives that are equitable and adaptable to specific contexts and thereby sustainable at scale.

Empower Teachers

Technology should enhance teacher engagement with students through access to content, data and networks allowing them to focus on personalized student learning. EdTech cannot replace teachers, it can only augment teaching. Evidence from around the world shows that, over time, the role of teachers become more central, and not peripheral, as the result of the effective use of EdTech. Teachers’ use of technology will empower them to leverage an array of resources to provide more focused, personalized learning to students.

Engage The Ecosystem

Education systems should take a whole of government and multi stakeholder approach to engage and incorporate the most innovative ideas to support student learning. Ministries of Education should leverage all stakeholders in the education system when developing and implementing EdTech programs and policies. The best content, software,applications, algorithms and edutainment will be spread across many innovators in the country and around the world

Our Vision

To raise a generation of highly innovative, intelligent and technological oriented Africa children through a structural curriculum that will solve practical issues not papers.

Our Team

DAUDA, Fatai

YAHAYA, Abdulhakeem

YUSUF, Afolabi