He then receives a 5-question quiz aligned to this topic.When Daniel answers, he receives individualized feedback based on his answer choice.This makes things super interactive for the kdis.
Daniel then gets a mark and ranking at the end to see how he stacks up to his peers.Daniel is also encouraged by what we call uncertain incentives like this one to keep him. Trust me – it’s a teacher thing; it works.What does this all cost? 3Ksh for a student thanks to a fantastic partnership we have.And what do we do with all the data about students we collect? Well, Kago’s going to show you.
Points to note:Collaborative learningCareful deliberationRetention of materialImpact study found that students using MPrep 1. Studied more than their peers. 2. Increased their averages more than their peers
Thus, the potential for MPrep is ginormous. Millions of kids across Africa. We’re building a replicable model and with this simple technology, we’re building a movement to make education mobile for the world.
Toni Maraviglia & Kago Kagichiri (Mobile Education – Mprep)
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MPrep’s Traction7,000 students at over 350 schoolsacross Kenya15 Paying school subscribersKey partnerships with Safaricom + KenyaPrimary School Heads AssociationMPrep students increase their markshigher than the average
Potential4 Million students at over 22,000 schoolsacross KenyaA replicable model with local, relevantcontentMaking education mobile for the world