FDE Blended Learning Project

Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) awarded a contract to TeleTaleem for implementation of a Blended E-Learning Pilot Project in 40 Secondary Classrooms (Grades 9-10) of Federal Capital. The project specifically targeted to improve the learning and teaching of science subjects (Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Mathematics).

Project Highlights

Some key features of the project are highlighted below;

  • School Teachers assisted by technology and digital content to transform the teaching-learning practice inside the classroom.
  • Blended learning classrooms have been set up with appropriate ICT equipment and learning management platforms to host the content (offline in school), viewed on large screen format.
  • Teachers have been appropriately trained in the use of this advanced learning methodology.
  • 12 Android tablets per class have been provided, so that students can access digital content in groups, use interactive practice tests and over time build their learner profile.
  • Students/teachers are able to sync relevant content to their tablets/phones and take it home as well for self-paced learning.
  • Bi-monthly online teacher training sessions have been regularly conducted throughout the project duration of 2 years.
  • During these sessions, existing school teachers have been provided ongoing support enabling them to take full advantage of the blended learning solution deployed in classrooms.
  • Digital OMR-based assessments have been conducted for regular student testing.
  • Learning performance data including completion of various learning activities and assessment data synced with the cloud for reporting, accessible through a customizable reporting dashboard to Schools, Area officials, FDE, and other stakeholders.