Practice makes brilliant, especially when it’s adapted everyday just for you and pushes you further till you attain mastery.
Gradely empowers parents with personalised learning resources, so you can take charge of their progress and help them succeed in school and in life.
Hold live classes with students and engage them in an interactive feed.
Use thousands of curriculum-mapped questions to set homework and exams pretty quickly.
Use insights from reports and recommended resources to tailor interventions.
Just like countless classrooms around the world, many classes in Nigeria moved online as the Covid-19 pandemic set in. Meet a group of entrepreneurs pioneering ways to keep children learning,
Because the platform uses artificial intelligence, the system is always learning, and over time it is gathering valuable data about how children learn and the areas where they struggle.
A Nigerian education technology startup, Gradely, has launched a homegrown and virtual learning management system (LMS) for schools in the country. Founded in 2019 by Boye Oshinaga, Femi Ibiwoye, Seyi Adelaju and Babatunde Caleb, Gradely uses artificial intelligence (AI) to help parents and schools intervene in real-time to plug student learning gaps.
TOWARDS enhancing learning outcome in schools, especially because of the irregular classroom format occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Lagos State government has partnered with an indigenous firm, Gradely Technology Solutions Limited on home-grown digital application and devices for teaching and learning.
The Lagos State Commissioner of Education, Mrs Folasade Adefisayo who was a guest at the Elearning conference in Lagos on February 19th, 2021 believes that the pandemic has opened a new frontier of learning, and Edtech companies like Gradely would bridge the gap amidst Covid19
Gradely ensures that the elements of gaming such as instant feedback, high scores, levels, achievements, and time pressure are put into learning. With this, Gradely makes learners better engaged and empowered to achieve mastery.
About 5000 teachers are currently benefitting from Gradely Technology Solutions Limited videoconferencing training which kicked-off on January 15, 2021. The training tagged Teachers’ Academy 2021′, which saw them being drawn from across 500 schools in Lagos, Abuja as well as other states across the federation, will expose the teachers to tangible ways of bridging the learning gaps and online schooling transition challenges, caused by the effect of school closure due to Covid-19 pandemic.
Gradely Technology Solutions Limited is set to train 5,000 teachers across 500 schools in Lagos and Abuja as well as other schools across the nation through videoconferencing.
Gradely is using analytics and data-driven recommendations to help schools and parents intervene in real-time to children’s learning gaps through weekly adaptive homework tests.