Since the coronavirus pandemic has decided to shut schools down, e-learning has been the answer. And to make this form of learning easier on students, Nigeria’s first indigenous e-learning platform, Roducate has been providing the most comprehensive solutions required to teach learners effectively online.
According to Technext, Roducate is presently offering content from Primary 1 to university level and it focuses on government-approved curriculum that are endorsed by NERDC, NUC, JAMB, Lagos State Ministry of Education, and the African Union.
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Schools are even allowed to partake by creating their own platform and granting only their students access to it. These educational institutions will also be able to present their own content or stick with Roducate’s content.
Roducate CEO, Femisola Awosika had this to say recently, “With countries adopting e-learning as a means of minimizing the disruption in education during COVID-19 pandemic, our children must not be left behind.”
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