Monday, 15 September 2014

Nokia’s free ‘MoMaths’ mobile learning project empowers SA learners – have your Grade 10-12 Maths learners signed up?

Most of our South African learners do not have access to computers however many of them DO have access to a mobile phone. This free Nokia MoMaths initiative gives Grade 10-12 learners the opportunity to study mathematics anywhere and anytime,  which in turn gives them the chance to empower themselves.

Students who sign up can access the mobile maths program for FREE whenever they like. Results have shown the collaborative networking format of the maths application on MXit encourages the children to learn proactively through maths exercises and examples and encourages them to excel by competing with each other on test scores and mobile competency rankings.


Case study results have shown teachers are also assisted by the program because they can immediately see where their class’s weak points lie and boost their competency by encouraging the learners to break maths problems down through mobile maths exercise tuition and repetition until full comprehension and competency is achieved.

How do you sign up?
Register at It’s free of charge

What will you find?
The programme offers learners lessons in mathematical theory. Examples are provided and pupils are taught step by step how to solve different equations. The content follows the latest South African Maths Grade 10-12 curriculum exactly. It is divided up by grade, topic and sub-topics and each sub-topic contains theory, at least 3 worked examples and over a hundred exercises to try out.

There are over 9000+ quizzes. Exercises are divided into levels of difficulty. When you master a set of quizzes you will move up on a level. There is 10 levels in each sub-topic

One of the great advantages of this program is that learners can set up their own study groups with friends and see how they are doing or compete with each other! The program is also accessible from a PC.  If you are a Grade 20-12 Maths teacher and your students haven't yet signed up - encourage them to do so this week. 

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