Distance Learning

How EduPoint is Improving the Way Students are Learning in this Pandemic

As touching deficiency in Nigeria’s educational system, the teacher modalities in engaging students in the classroom is paramount. Skills such as problem-solving, digital literacy, and critical thinking should be incorporated to improve the participation of all types of learners in the classroom. To achieve this, tweaking the study curriculum to incorporate student experience and reality will require educationists to identify…

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Edtech Summit 2020: Digital Technology To Be Fully Integrated Into Learning Process

The Edtech Summit and Awards 2020 edition was organized by the Federal Ministry of Education in collaboration with AFRITEX  from 3rd – 4th of March, 2020 @ the Exhibition Pavilion by ICC, Abuja, Nigeria. The theme of Nigeria’s Largest Educational Summit was “Educational Technology and Its Practical Application” Educational Technology (EdTech) is Nigeria’s leading annual professional development conference and exhibition, focusing on Technology Integration Strategies, digital tools and resources,…

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COVID-19: Notice to Our Clients, Partners and All

Client Service Changes in Response to COVID-19 as of 3-23-20 As we continue to monitor reports of the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to assure you that EduPoint remains committed to delivering outstanding learning services. During this evolving health situation, the safety and well-being of our team members, tutors, clients, and families is our main priority. We greatly…

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Here’s how Technology can improve the performance of students.

As technology continues to play an important role in different industries, education has also seen a rise in the use of technology. Technology has begun to change the way education is being provided. There have been technological impact in the way teachers teach, students learn and schools are run. This interrelationship between education and technology is what has given rise…

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Storytelling at Math Lessons

When I was an elementary classroom teacher, I always welcomed activities that could serve dual duty—combining the goals of two subjects at once, in a seamless whole. Such activities streamlined my work efforts (so important for busy teachers), and they used valuable classroom time to the fullest. With the current strong emphasis on literacy and math, it makes great sense…

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