iSchool gives students a new chance; the opportunity to become problem solvers and to change their life circumstances, the first step on the road out of poverty.
Mwabu educational content does not replace face-to-face teaching with e-learning, but supports classroom activities by providing comprehensive lesson plans and interactive. The material helps to broaden the range of pedagogical methods available to teachers while driving engagement and greater understanding among learners.
Our technology facilitates content localization for each country and is currently being used in schools in Zambia and South Africa. We sell world class educational products and services, specially created for African markets, to teachers, schools, parents, NGOs, donors and governments. Over the next years, we will be developing curriculum-aligned content for further African countries as we continue to expand. Our ambition is to reach 100 million learners.
Help the whole family become life-long learners, with every lesson in the Zambian school syllabus, backed up with homework for every grade.
There are interactive lessons for every day of the school year, so you can review today's lessons from school, including homework, and revise areas where you need help. Read through our stories for learning and fun, and use our reading scheme.
Parents can benefit too: adult literacy and numeracy; life-skills learning; health and farming. Create up to 4 personal profiles to remember your progress and your local language of choice (English; Lusaka Nyanja; Bemba; Kaonde; Lozi; Lunda; Luvale; Tonga)
Also on the tablet; email and educational web browsing, with Wikipedia pre-loaded, Word processor and spreadsheet software, reference material and many more fun family Apps.
The Pupil Edition is sold as part of the Total Learning Environment for schools, which uses the tablets in a blended learning environment as part of rotational group work, meaning one tablet loaded with content can be shared between many pupils through careful lesson planning (all provided), making it cost-effective and part of a wider, engaging lesson.
No internet access is needed for the content to be used in a school, no special classrooms are needed, and solar power can even be provided if there is no mains electricity at the school.
As well as the primary school multimedia lessons, the touch-screen tablet includes a pre-loaded version of Wikipedia and other child-friendly apps.
The teacher edition is available for individual teachers or as part of the Total Learning Environment.
Benefits for teachers include 5000 lesson plans following the Zambian school curriculum, approved by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Zambia. There are lesson plans and ideas for every school day, of every term, for every primary grade.
The easy-to-use tablet offers continuous professional development and teacher training modules, with teacher-specific apps and software.
The Total Learning Environment is cost-effective for bulk school purchase, with support and training on how to use the solution in a classroom environment. Accessories for schools include projectors and solar chargers.