In the old days, there was a clear line defining home learning and school learning. However, these days, the line is quite blurred as there is so much content online drawn from school-based learning and used by learners from the comfort of their homes or offices. For that to happen, one needs a reliable internet connection, and M-Shule is cognizant of the fact that most students across Africa lack this access.
M-Shule, a Kenyan-based startup, has come up with innovative ways to bridge the digital divide between most learners across Africa and their counterparts in the developed nations. While typically e-learning would require an internet connection and at least a smartphone; if tablet, laptop, or desktop computer is not an option. M-Shule adds one more device to that list, feature phones.
That is right, M-Shule remote learning platform can be conducted on just about any phone; lack of internet and smart features notwithstanding. Unlike most EdTech innovations whose products mainly depend on internet connectivity and assumptions that everyone has a smart device, with M-Shule all you need is at least a feature phone and …read more