Tech firm offers new e-learning solution to boost education
Chips Bits and Bytes, a technology firm in Nigeria is offering new set of electronic-technology and power solutions targeted at eradicating examinations failure, especially among pupils through a robust content based interactive solutions.
With over 30 years experience, explained that it pioneered the solution about 10 years ago and had since then silently resolve issues around e-learning (through electronic medium) for its vast clients.
Managing Director of the Company, Tunji Ola, posited that no child should ever fail examination in Nigeria again, from one to 12, if the 21st century teaching methods are used.
According to him, the firm brings to schools a solution that automates the entire teaching and learning process, which transforms schools from the regular white boards, marker and notebooks into electronic interactive boards, marker and notebooks into electronic interactive boards and student teacher computer experience.
To him, the most exciting part is the absolutely engaging, interactive and impactful e-contents for learners of all ages.“We also provide sustainable power solutions, inverter solutions and solar power systems for classrooms, hostels and offices within school,” he stated.
Ola claimed the technology has a profound effect on every aspect of life and so schools are investing wisely in the acquisition of technology to drive 9not to replace our traditional methods but to provide a blended platform) the teaching and learning process therefore making learning more stimulating, enjoyable, productive and relevant for today’s digital learners.
“With our systems support solutions, we provide preventive, corrective and routine maintenance of systems and peripherals. All our deployments are sufficiently supported with teacher training and monitoring,” he stated.
According to him, Chips Bits and Bytes has been privileged to have served over 500 schools across the nation since the development of the solution about 10 years ago. He stressed tht the desire of the firm is to see Nigerian schools fully equipped to meet global standards.
He listed some of the schools already benefitting from the technology to include Trinity International School, Ofada; Access Schools, Calabar; Karis School, Magodo, Lagos; Hopespring Foundation School, Port Harcourt; Bloombered Schools, Port Harcourt and Diamond Private School, Ikoyi, among others.
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