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Clevify Launches First Virtual Classroom App in Africa

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Clevify Launches First Virtual Classroom App in Africa

Clevify, a digital learning platform, has launched the first virtual classroom app in Africa.

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This was disclosed by the company’s Chief Operating Officer, Deji Maradesa, on Friday May 22, 2020.

He said the new app was aimed at reducing the number of out of school children in the country. Thus, offering virtual class alternatives and delivery of imaginative subject-based instructional videos.

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Maradesa added that the app is a support tool for students struggling to participate in online classes during this COVID-19 pandemic.

“As an organisation, we are playing our part by providing a platform where students can learn effectively from home. Through our personalised adaptive learning platform, we can reach out to the millions of children staying at home not to lose focus.

“Within the four walls of our classroom, you won’t need uniforms or find chairs and tables, or whiteboards. You will, however, find over 10,000 illustrative videos for students in primary to secondary,” he said.

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“Clevify app is a fast-paced learning app.  Thereby, making it possible for students to acquire knowledge at their pace anywhere at any time.

“The app gives learners unlimited access to exclusive watch-and-learn videos. Also, it cut across primary and secondary schools on all android and iOS based devices and it is data-friendly,” he added.

Clevify is however, partnering with NGOs and state governments. Thus, enabling the app reach every child in Africa.

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Abigael Ibikunle

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