An educational app that offers students a holistic learning experience has been launched in Ghana.
The uLesson app employs simplified teaching methods to augment each students learning ability.
It also allows students in primary 4 to 6; Junior High School (JHS) 1 to 3; and Senior High School (SHS)1 to 3 prepare for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), and Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) as well as international tests respectively.
Speaking at the launch, Sales Manager for West Africa at uLesson Education Limited, Oladayo Popoola said getting better grades in this pandemic era is made easier with the app.
“uLesson is the first of its kind in Ghana and even in Africa. We have leveraged technology to provide a learning solution that is of high-quality, affordable and accessible to all irrespective of the locations” he stated.
Mr. Popoola indicated that, the app is unique in richness, scope, interactivity, and effectiveness which are critical for this generation of learners.
Their motivation, he stressed is to help students learn and maximize their academic potential at the comfort of their homes anytime.
“We also go a step further to provide analytics and data reporting for parents and guardians to monitor their child’s academic growth and guide them to optimize their learning experience,” he added.
Mr. Popoola said parents and guardians can subscribe to the uLesson app for their children for a month, quarterly and yearly and pay GH¢55, GH¢160, and GH¢350 respectively.
While the uLesson app is available for free download on Google Play, App Store, among others.
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