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Mobile Learning is Fast Gaining Recognition as A Real-World Substitute and Solution for Improving Learning Outcomes

Mobile Learning is Fast Gaining Recognition as A Real-World Substitute and Solution for Improving Learning Outcomes

mLearning and eLearning has been in use for almost 15 years but not until recently has this trend turned from tech aspiration into real-world solution. Tech stalwarts like Apple have taken on the education system and failed to make a dent but now the advent of digital education in and out of the classroom is finally coming to fruition. Governments across the world are finally advocating and implementing digitalization at the ground level. Locally, here in India, states like Andhra Pradesh are have empanelled worthy startups and early stage companies to equip children with computers and tablets filled with Math, Science, and English teaching software. PIE is just such a software except we supply access to educational games and every subject available under five different curriculums: ICSE, IGCSE, CBSE, MP, and IB.

PIE is a complete learning solution that any primary, secondary, or upper secondary school can use to implement the digitalization of their curriculum. On top of the gaming solutions which is highly immersive utilizing Augmented-Reality and 3D graphics, PIE also utilizes highly interactive social platforms such as Chat Ttexto and PraadisConnect. These provide peer to peer learning opportunities which have been shown to improve soft skills, critical-thinking skills, and learning outcomes.

PIE is accessible in school, at home, and any location in between. This accessibility provides an unlimited potential for academic progression and scholastic excellence. The gaming content and various engaging learning modules provide a reason to constantly use PIE. Needless to say, PIE makes education fun and transforms Stressful Education into Joyful Learning.