Gradely Technology Solutions Limited will on Friday unveil a homegrown virtual Learning Management System (LMS) for schools.
The Gradely LMS, known as “Gradely For Schools”, is a teacher-led, homegrown LMS, built for personalised learning.
Said to be “world-class”, some of its features include Live Classes to organise and hold engaging class experience, Assessment Tools to set up robust and relevant assessment formats (WASCE & NECO) and British (IGCSE) Curriculum-aligned Question Pool.
Other features are a Proctored Examination system to hold credible remote academic evaluations, and a suite of Personalised Video Lessons, Practice Quizzes and Games library, known as Gradely CatchUp to support in-class efforts with students at home. Guests expected at the unveiling include Lagos State Commissioner of Education, Mrs. Folashade Adefisayo; President of the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools, Chief Yomi Otubela; Co-Founder, 9ijakids, Mrs Titi Adewusi; Mr. Henry Chibuzor, CEO and Founder, Schoolable. co, and Executive Director of Nurture House Limited, Mrs Ayopeju Njideaka.
According to the firm, the product is an innovative and solid alternative learning model adopting technology to deliver quality education to students and schools, helping them surmount the challenges of school shutdowns during the pandemic and other emergencies.
A statement by Gradely Technology Solutions Chief Executive Officer, Boye Oshinaga, said the most improved student of The 14-Day Gradely CatchUp! Challenge will be rewarded with a N150,000 prize during the unveiling.
He added: “Gradely is Africa’s first truly personalied learning platform that empowers educators and parents to make positive impact and difference in their children’s learning journeys and produce more globally-competitive learners and resilient leaders.”
“So far, Gradely has been used by over 5,000 Nigerian parents and 200 schools, and made achievements such as receiving ‘The Adaptive Learning Solution of the Year’ 2020 Award by the Federal Ministry of Education, and being a part of the Facebook FBStart Accelerator.
Gradely also recently trained 5,000 Nigerian Teachers on effective usage of Digital Learning Platforms, and rewarded 100 schools with one-month free trials to the soon-to-be launched LMS.
“They have gone ahead to make appearances in the BBC, CNN and local press, showing practical commitment to ensuring every primary and secondary school has the opportunity to leverage a technology-driven learning lifestyle.