Educating through Digital Learning…

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With my love of math and fascination for simplifying complex problems I made my first educational video whilst tutoring online. It was here that I experienced first-hand how edtech can revitalise the learning process.

So what did I learn? There are two key elements for digital learning to be effective. Firstly, and most importantly content must be relevant in order to have the maximum impact. Not only curricula aligned but also with a strong conceptual element to bridge the gap between theory and application. Secondly, a User Interface that gives learners a personalised and diverse learning environment. This includes courses comprising of a series of bite-sized videos to give learner flexibility, playlists to keep track of learning and quizzes to test understanding.

At Don’t Memorise it’s our mission to ensure the perfect combination of these two elements to give you, our learners, the ultimate digital learning experience.

Wishing you a successful and enjoyable ‘Digital Learning Day’ today and always!

 

Ganesh Pai

Founder, DontMemorise.com

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Going Live: High School Mathematics

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Over the past 2 years we have been amazed at how you, our learners, have used and accessed our Middle School Mathematics resources. Your experiences and feedback have inspired us to continue supporting your learning journey with dedicated High School Mathematics resources!

We are proud to launch our ‘High School Mathematics’ course with an exciting series of videos covering matrices. Not only do we cover the core principles of matrices, we encourage you to develop your computational thinking skills! As always, your feedback plays a crucial part in creating resources that optimize your learning experience.

Over the coming months we will be building up our library of ‘High School Mathematics’ with more topics. These will primarily follow 9th and 10th grade syllabi but also touch on 11th and 12th grade. So stay tuned!

Happy learning 🙂

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