Imagine this: You are in a classroom with some 9-year-olds who are not interested in studying Fractions (the topic you have been assigned for today). What do you do then?
Traditionally, you would ask kids to open their books and start delivering your lecture. The kids would surely not like it, but you would do it anyway!
What if we were to tell you there was another way? A more fun and engaging way to teach Fractions (or any other topic)! It’s called Muse.
Muse is a Pakistani Educational Technology App that makes learning fun and increases student performance. It contains stories that resonate with kids and teaches them in an interactive way.
So far, Muse has reached more than 90,000 students and has been implemented in over 1,000 schools.
Here’s what some teachers and principals had to say about their experience with Muse:
Love for Muse at The Educators
Using Muse in our classrooms was a very nice experience. Kids took great interest in the lessons and actively answered all questions towards the end. What’s more, our teachers enjoyed implementing technology which was a very refreshing sign for us. – Sabeena Henry, Teacher and Primary Co-Ordinator, The Educators.
Love for Muse at Dar-E-Arqam
Muse Lessons are a very different approach to ordinary textbooks. The lessons were visually pleasing which the students really liked. They were excited and waited for the Muse class every week. – Ms. Farhana Salam, Prep Class Teacher, Dar-E-Arqam.
Love for Muse at Sunbright Academy
We saw our students engage more with animations and stories. They were very excited when they were allowed to use the tablets and complete the interactive exercises. – Shahjehan Begum, Principal Sunbright Academy.
Become a 21st Century School
These and other 1,000 schools like them have embraced Muse. With Muse, not only do kids enjoy lessons, they also become self-motivated learners. The idea is to inculcate 21st century skills and habits in kids.