Educational Technology

February 26, 2019

Tutoring apps change pupils’ study habits

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:35 am

Sandhya D’Mello, Khaleej Times

Those who are pressed for time in preparing for standardised tests and admission exams turn to apps like Khan Academy or Magoosh, among other programmes. Others who would like to explore new subjects often browse through the offerings of platforms like Coursera and edX. Kuwait-based Darisni – which was launched in 2017 as the region’s first smart platform that instantly connects students with tutors – is all set to run its operations in the UAE. Noor Boodai, CEO of Darisni, said. “This has been largely driven by three factors: the tremendous success of online education globally, the fast-paced advancement in technology, and the recent growth in the adoption of digital service apps in the region. This has paved the way for increased confidence in trying new ideas and greater on-boarding into the world of mobile learning.”

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