Digital Learning Grows in Nigeria

Digital Learning Grows in Nigeria

The education sector is continuing to increase its investment in technology related to learning. A report from Docebo’s eLearning Market Trends and Forecast 2017-2021 with metrics and insights pulled together by some of the leading analyst voices in the space, predicts that the state of the eLearning market globally continues to shift, grow, and evolve.



In Nigeria, Technology Enhanced Learning for All (TELA) funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) to the tune of USD $801, 000 as part of its North East Regional Initiative. The TELA project is designed to expand the scope and activities of American University of Nigeria (AUN)’s successful community literacy and numeracy programs.



“Technology Enhanced Learning for All (TELA)” is a new child-centered literacy and numeracy program that has both an information technology component (with apps loaded on tablets that the program provides) and a radio component that broadcasts four times a week.



Digital learning is showing impact in the success of Nigerian Schools internationally. Example: Heritage HomeSchool, Ikorodu, Lagos, Nigeria; an ICT based school using Dynamiss LP+365, represented Team Nigeria in the Junior Open Category the World Robot Olympiad sponsored by GTBank.



The #dynamiss digital learning platform transforms learning in the classroom by making school relevant and attractive to the Digital Natives.
Come and learn more on Monday 27th February 2017.
At Heritage Home School, Olaiya Close, Off Okiki Street, Ikorodu, Lagos
Time: 9:30 untill 12 noon.
Please register attendance by texting attendees’ Name and School to 09083512241 .
For Heads of Schools, Proprietors and Directors of Learning.



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