E-classroom (http://e-classroom.co.za), the well-known South African education site with free, downloadable CAPS-aligned activities for every subject and every grade has not only launched a lovely new website over the weekend, but also an interactive Maths and Science revision paper platform and an App!
Interactive learning is the future of education, and technology, when implemented properly, can deliver substantial gains in learner achievement and boost engagement. Learners today definitely want more interactivity and control over their learning experience.
The Maths and Science Revision Papers platform
The E-classroom Maths & Science Revision Papers provide a platform for learners to practise their knowledge on test papers and receive immediate results. It gives learners feedback on how they are doing, while letting them choose their own learning paths and their own pace and engages them in their own education processes.
The revision material has been developed by top text book writers and teachers. The platform breaks Grades 7 – 12 Maths and Science subjects down into different learning topics that align with what is being covered in the classroom each term. Learners can select the papers they want to complete and then answer the questions, and the platform then works out their marks and highlights correct and incorrect answers. The end result for the learners is a boost in confidence and the satisfaction of being in control of their studies, with fewer surprises waiting for them in their exams.
So if learners can ace these practice tests, they’ll be all set to score big on the real exams! There’s nothing like thorough preparation to create exam-time confidence.
The revision papers can be used on computer desktops, mobile devices and tablets. Considering the NSC exams start on 26th October 2015, there’s no better time than to start practising now!
Download the app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=mobi.e_classroom&hl=en
Or visit the mobi site to REGISTER: https://eclassroom.mobi/. Do take a look at their new website.
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