GetBundi, an online education platform committed to the study of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in junior and secondary schools has been launched in Lagos.
As per reports, the platform is curriculum centric available in video content form and taught by top-class teachers through Africa.
Not to mention, 1008 hours of audio-visual content including six hours of post-primary education has already been formed with the help of the West African syllabus.
Commenting on the latest launch, Mr. Osita Oparaugo, Founder, GetBundi stated that the educational technology platform has been developed to simplify access to best-quality education to young Africans.
Osita mentioned that the platform has been developed to revamp the lives of the young population of Africa and African continent trajectory.
It has been reported that GetBundi programs are developed to assist the youth of Africa to overcome hardships with STEM subjects. Additionally, the product is aimed at equipping youths throughout Africa with accessible, top quality, and affordable education.
As per officials, the platform also offers revision for competitive exams such as SSCE and JSSCE with monthly live questions and answers sessions, while future deployments will emphasise on IELTS, UTME and TOEFL programmes.
However, Osita also explained that the product was not a substitute for the physical or conventional school. It is a supplement which can be used as teacher’s aid to back continuous learning in out of school students or home schoolers and in school students.
According to sources, the courses are vital for someone who intends to take re-examination, transit to another Science centric course, or change their course at the University.
Moreover, the platform would also soon unveil a product which will emphasize on Science Technology and Innovation (STI) skill. These skills will include digital, marketing, video editing, coding courses, and graphic designing.
Source Credits: - https://www.nannews.ng/2022/07/03/getbundi-a-digital-education-platform-unveiled-in-lagos/