Tech and infrastructure solutions company, BCX, has launched an online education platform for maths and science teachers and pupils.
BCXLearn provides free learning material for pupils from grades four to 12.
“BCXLearn.com will revolutionise the way schools approach technology and teaching, and will remove barriers to learning for schools and learners,” said Ian Russell, CEO of BCX. “Learners will have free access to education services and tools, as well as all the material in the standard national curriculum.”
Schools can create their own websites and tailor-make content to suit their environment — free of charge. The platform will also feature supplementary interactive educational material.
Those using Telkom data will not pay any data costs to use BCXLearn.
“We are pioneering a new digital landscape – a free digital learning platform where technology and education work hand-in-hand to move the country forward. We are confident that BCXLearn.com will revolutionise the way learners and educators approach technology and education,” said Russell.
“BCXLearn.com was designed to tackle the challenges that currently face the South African basic education system “We’re technology optimists, and we hold a long-term view of what it will take to enable success in South Africa; technology needs to lead the way,” he added.
“Through BCXLearn.com, we are providing young people with access to content and technology to equip future leaders with digital skills.”