A Husband-Wife Team Pays It Forward By Bringing E-Learning To The Philippines

Casey Hynes, Forbes, Dec 30, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I think this is probably a useful service but only Forbes would call starting a for-profit education business as "paying it forward". Anyhow, here's the gist: "FrontLearners offers schools an out-of-the-box, end-to-end e-learning solution. Participating classrooms receive a kit that includes a server loaded with content, a router to establish a wi-fi connection, and tablets that students use to follow their teachers’ lessons." The software offering, which is based on a Moodle platform, offers what they call a "blended mastery learning method."

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