EduTrybe

A social enterprise with the mandate of giving one million Africans access to digital skills by 2035

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29/11/2023

Digital Education for all.

20/10/2023

People get into tech for various reasons.
However, it is possible to give up along the way if your core reason is to make money, especially if it doesn't happen as fast as you anticipated.

A career in tech is a marathon and not a sprint, and there's nothing wrong with having money as your primary motivation, but it's important to also stay for the impact, and the community - the ability to contribute meaningfully to solving global problems and impacting the next generation.

04/03/2021

Join our founder tomorrow via IG live as she talks about "Questions you need to ask before integrating technology into your classroom"

Follow her via her Instagram page: https://instagram.com/amarathelight to join the session.

01/01/2021

Thank you for making our 2020 glamorous.
Welcome to another amazing year, filled with love excitement and premium packages from us.

21/12/2020

Take a look at the top 10 winners of the MTN mPulse Hackathon.

mPulse is built for Nigerian primary and secondary school students to achieve academic excellence,sharpen skills,discover their potentials.
These young kids participated and their solutions emerged top notch.

Congrats kiddos 🎉🎉🚀🚀

17/12/2020

What digital skills would you want your child to learn this Christmas? Let's make it happen.

Photos from Techducation Point's post 04/12/2020

The internet can be a wonderful place to learn, Unfortunately, there are also predators. Many students are confident that they know how to be safe online. However, there are a few reasons students are often more at risk. They may not always think about the consequences of their actions, which can cause them to share too much information about themselves. Students also are sometimes specifically targeted by cyberbullies or predators.

If you're a teacher, parent or guardian , you can help to keep your kids/students safe by talking to them about their Internet use, teaching them about online dangers, and learning everything you can about the Internet so they can make informed decisions.

Techducation Point is partnering with Haptics + Google Nigeria to give you a Free Online Safety Session to enhance your knowledge and the possibilities you can get via the internet.

This 90 minute webinar will be happening on Google Meet,tomorrow, 5th Dec, 2020.
You can join via this link: https://forms.gle/eK74naCxpio6xF3e8


20/11/2020

No group should be denied access to technology. We're looking forward to partnering with external organizations to bring technology awareness to the rural and underpriviledged areas.

Know of an organization willing to team up with us? Do tag them in the comments and we'd reach out.

Technology, for every child.

16/11/2020

It's a new day, new week. What are you going to do differently this week?


13/11/2020

It took the Corona Pandemic to highlight the big digital divide that exists in Africa.

While a lot of parents and teachers resorted to Online education, a lot of children, especially those in the rural and underprivileged communities struggled with staying afloat. A lot had no idea what was going on outside their immediate environment.

Here comes the big question, how to bridge this divide?

Overcoming the Digital Divide: What Needs to Happen?

1. Universal Access
As the use of computers and the Internet increases, so does the necessity for access. In the public sector, policy makers and community members must recognize the importance of such resources and take measures to ensure access for all. While increased competition among PC manufacturers and Internet Service Providers has substantially reduced the costs associated with owning a computer and maintaining a home connection, for many households the costs remain prohibitive. Like basic phone service, the government should subsidize Internet access for low-income households. At the same time, the private sector must commit to providing equal service and networks to rural and underserved communities so that all individuals can participate.

2. More Community Access Centers, Continued Support of Those Already Existing Community access centers are a critical resource for those without access to computers and the Internet at school or work; such programs should continue to receive funding in order to expand and strengthen.

3. Additional, Well-Trained Technical Staff: Computers and other technologies alone are not enough. Communities and schools must train and preserve additional, and more qualified staff, alongside new technologies to promote the best application of resources. In addition to understanding the new technologies, the staff must be able to teach others.

4. Change of Public Attitude Regarding Technology: At the same time, much of society needs to change its attitude concerning technology. Rather than perceiving computers and the Internet as a superfluous luxury, the public should view them as crucial necessities. The public must come to realize the incredible power of new technologies and embrace them as tools for their future and the future of their children.

10/11/2020

On todays series, it was a delight to listen to the story of Josh Agboola, an 11 year old tech prodigy, Programmer and Techpreneur.

In this interview, we learnt about how he got started with tech and the factors that has aided him while on this journey.

Joshua currently runs a youtube channel and is the founder of JoshforTech among other things. This story captures an indepth knowledge to the life of the tech prodigy.

Read and share:
https://techducationpoint.com.ng/2020/10/29/meet-josh-the-11-year-old-programmer-and-techpreneur

Photos from Techducation Point's post 09/11/2020

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04/11/2020

Why is coding being introduced into primary schools?
The aim is to equip pupils with the skills they need for the world of work, inspire more young people to pursue careers in computing and help them to problem solve and become logical thinkers.

Photos from Techducation Point's post 06/10/2020

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How can parents ensure continued learning of technology now that schools have fully resumed?

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05/10/2020

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Teaching is one of the most exciting and demanding jobs. A teachers job is tough because not only does it affect you directly, it is about a generation and a future tied to you.

Drop a warm message to any teacher that has ever taught or impacted you🎊✨

28/09/2020

Most schools in Nigeria officially opened their gates to students today.
A lot of kids have picked up really interesting skills in tech which a lot of them have become really fond of. But as with everything else, consistent practice makes for improvement.

If you're a parent who loves tech, you might be thinking of ways to keep your child consistent with all the knowledge he/she has gained in tech over the lockdown period, without directly conflicting with school work.

Here are a few tips:

1. Practice Flipped learning: Your child can use videos to watch and learn certain concepts at your convenience, with an allotted time fixed for them to see a teacher either through virtual means or physically.

2. Allocate time for doing school work, and a different time for practicing with tech. Most kids who write codes or design do so during weekends so that they don't interfere with school activities.

3. Don't forget the end goal of learning isn't just to regurgitate ideas but to think creatively and solve problems. Encourage your kid to do other things that boosts creativity.

4. Don't forget the importance of rest. Between school work, practicing with tech, ensure your child take some moments of rest.

Do you have any additions?

28/09/2020

It's another Monday.
Go forth and do great things.


Meet Ikram Babs-Lawal, the 12-year Old Code Queen – Techducation Point 19/09/2020

Every month, we interview kids/teenagers in STEM to showcase their skills, challenges and inspirations.

In this episode, we interviewed Ikram Babs-Lawal, a 12-year old Junior Frontend Developer, passionate about using her skills to contribute to the exciting technological advances that happen every day.

https://techducationpoint.com.ng/2020/09/14/meet-ikram-babs-lawal-the-12-year-old-code-queen/

Please read her story and share.

Meet Ikram Babs-Lawal, the 12-year Old Code Queen – Techducation Point Thanks for taking time out to read this interview. This series is all about talking to awesome kid/teenage developers in tech, giving them a platform, amplifying their voices, giving them the recognition they deserve and of course, encouraging parents, teachers, guardians and schools that it is not....

02/09/2020

Today, were crushing on 10 year old Nigerian girl, Emmanuella Mayaki, who was appointed to teach at UK school.

She was offered an appointment after she was discovered to be computer proficient in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, WordPress, PHP, Graphic Design, Java and Python.

Talk about GENIUS!
Every child is creative, you only need to channel them right.

31/08/2020

At the core of what we do, is the passion to equip students and those who train them, with necessary digital skills for life long impact and problem solving.

Read about us at the HunDReD Innovations:
https://hundred.org/en/innovations/techducation-point

31/08/2020

There are neverending ways to reassure a child of their worth, including:

- Write them a love note and put it in their lunch bag/backpack
- Share simple affirmations such as: "I appreciate you",
"Thank you for being you", "You make my life better", and "I appreciate your ideas and value your opinions"

Say/Do something nice to your children this week.

24/08/2020

Obstacles can be building blocks not road blocks: Like most things, fear and resistance are the overarching reasons that many people fear challenges in life. We live in a culture in which people - children especially - are afraid to make mistakes. Even simple mistakes!

This week, allow them to thrive even in the face of obstacles.


Meet Opemipo, the 14 year old developer – Techducation Point 10/08/2020

Today, we are highlighting Opemipo Disu, a 14 year old IBM champion and developer Advocate and Cloudinary Media Developer🥳🎉

In this conversation, we got to know about what it is like to be a teenage developer and how he has evolved with the times over the last few years years. We talk about his journey in tech, the roles of his guardians and much more.

Read our wonderful interview session with him below👇:
https://techducationpoint.com.ng/2020/07/28/meet-opemipo-the-14-year-old-developer/


Meet Opemipo, the 14 year old developer – Techducation Point I’m here with our very first interview on out series for the month and today I’m joined by a young developer rockstar (who also doubles as a content creator) Opemipo Disu.

04/08/2020

Give your child(ren) the opportunity to bring their ideas to life.

Sign them up for our Canva design class
bit.ly/TPCLASSES

01/08/2020

August, finally.
Happy new month everyone.
Let's make the month count.

31/07/2020

Want your child to learn to design while making new friends and sharpening their communication skills?
Then this 3-day Introduction to Design Using Canva is just perfect for you.

Canva is a graphic design platform which is used for both businesses and corporate individuals that allows users to create social media graphics, presentations, posters and other visual content.

In this training, we'll be teaching the kids the key concepts of design, and how to create beautiful designs on both laptop and phones.

This training is available for only 15 children between the ages of 10-16. 2 slots has already been taken.
Grab this opportunity and register: bit.ly/TPCLASSES

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