Covid-19 has messed up the normalcy. We are living in the new normal. We are only hoping that things will go back to how they used to be. But what if they don’t?
Schools shut down. Children have been at home for months now. The possibility of schools resuming this year was ruled out. Hopefully, they might resume in January, 2021.
Thousands of children are already getting access to learning materials via online platforms. It is true that not every child can access online platforms, especially those from the rural areas but those who do, are benefiting a lot.
As we continue to champion for online learning, are sure that the children are getting the right and approved materials? As a patent, have you taken time to verify whether that online platforms is overing the right material to your child?
Truth is, not every online platforms is overing the right learning materials to our children. Very few have been verified and it is important that as a parent, you know the kind of platforms that are offering the right learning material.
There is this platform called MwaliPlus. It is specifically for primary schools. The platform offers all learning assistance and material in line with the Kenyan curriculum. They also have the new curriculum on board.
The beauty about this platform is that it can either be accessed through web or via an app. This ensures that kids get the learning going through the platform of their choice.
I would recommend that you go for their app. An app is good because it uses less data, easily available, easy to access and navigate and you can always save the material for future reference.
The app can be downloaded from Google PlayStore by searching the key term “MwalimuPlus. Your child will interact with professional teachers who know and understand the system.