Digital learning methods have eased the plight of underprivileged children by making education interesting through specially designed 2D and 3D animated videos, quizzes, games and exercises.
According to a press release Over 2,000 schools across the country, including Karachi, have synchronised primary schooling to innovation through e-learning solution ‘Mera Sabaq’ (my lesson) introduced by Pakistani youngsters and over 300,000 children have benefited through it.
Co-founder of Mera Sabaq learning system Hassan bin Rizwan believes that literacy can be enhanced on a sustainable basis by improving the primary education system in Pakistan.
He says that most of the students drop out of schools at the primary level due to boring curricula and traditional teaching methods.
Recognizing the effectiveness of Mera Sabaq, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) also provided financial assistance to it. The assistance was provided under USAID’s five year programme.
Published in The Express Tribune, June 8th, 2021.
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