3P Learning launches Arabic maths tool
Dubai, February 14, 2013
3P Learning, a global leader in online mathematics and literacy learning, has now unveiled its globally popular Mathletics program in Arabic.
Mathletics is a resource designed to increase student engagement and improve mathematical knowledge and application while also developing key computer skills.
The new Mathletics Arabic program has advanced features, giving students the option to shift between English and Arabic throughout the website. By adding the Arabic bilingual feature, 3P Learning aims to further enhance its users’ experience and improve Mena students’ numeracy skills, the company said. Students can access the website at www.mathletics.me
“It is not just students in the Mena region who benefit from the many strengths of Mathletics, but teachers as well. Apart from being able to control the pace at which students work, Mathletics allows teachers to set the relevant curriculum for students, tailor-making a course to suit their needs. Additionally, an interactive markbook feature allows teachers to monitor progress and raise international standards of education amongst their students,” it said.
About 3.5 million students use Mathletics in over 150 countries, including many schools in Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain and Kuwait. Since its creation in 2006, students online have completed over 15 billion questions and curriculum activities, it said.
Meanwhile e-Learning revenues for the Middle East are expected to reach $560 million by 2016 with government and private schools investing heavily in eLearning content and tools, according to a report.
The eLearning revenues reached $378 million in 2011 and it is growth at is an impressive 8.2 per cent per year, said the new Ambient Insight report. - TradeArabia News Service
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