Edvora moulds upon the confluence of two of the most influential industries - education and technology. Accelerating EdTech at the pace of emerging technologies to build a dynamic ecosystem is at the core of Edvora’s mission. We steer away from limitations of university grades and focus on a holistic curriculum where learners and educators will both flourish.
Accessibility and personalisation are the pillars of the 21st century and Edvora aims to bring the pinnacle of these to the realm of education. Empowering classrooms and labs with holographic tech, realistic experimentation is a scintillating goal for Edvora.
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Why the world needs an educational revolution?
Over the years, we humans have grown and urbanised in ways beyond our imagination. Civilisation as a whole has evolved through centuries of revolution. Every time humans have faced a problem, they come up with innovative ideas to solve them. When we look back into the history of movements that brought about a change, and retrospect, we realise that every movement or change or revolution has been the outcome of people unifying and working towards a cause.
The Future of Interactive classrooms
Online schooling may seem like a relatively new idea, but its origins stem from the mid-19th century in the United States. There was no Zoom or Google Classroom in those days, of course… but there were still students that needed to be able to take classes at a long distance and asynchronously. This was achieved by the use of the postal service system at first and it was later integrated into the web, as the US and the rest of the world started rapidly adapting all their systems to the internet. With this growth of the web, supporters of education decided to join in and started creating applications and web features that would later be used as tools to further students' engagement in class. This is what we know today as interactive learning.
The value of teachers
One of the key features that most living organisms share is that of passing on knowledge from one generation to another. This is significant because it not only ensures that a species survives, but also that it will thrive to the extent of how well it is able to preserve this knowledge. In nature, this process paints itself in ways such as a lioness teaching its young cubs on how to hunt, or worker bees teaching the younger bees how to build a hive, or how ants learn to collect and store food. The level at which these processes are made possible depends largely on how developed a species’ brain is. Given that humans have the largest, most complex, and most developed brains, we are able to achieve even greater capacities of learning and information sharing. And over the years, this has been made possible by means like word of mouth, written work, drawings and cave paintings, sound, and even hand and face gestures.
Why is education a basic need?
Right to Education
Education is a universal right. But, so is the right to life, the right to trial, the right to nationality, the right to rest, and many other liberties according to this list of the 30 basic human rights. What sets education apart from all these other rights, however, is the fact that education has significance beyond just recognizing its attainer as a human being. Sida.se captures this concept further by breaking down that,
Harnessing one's true potential
At some point, we may all have come across the idea that every human being has some potential within them. This implies that we are all born with some innate abilities that we can share with the world around us; that in each one of us, there is a capacity to serve the world in one way or another. Some people call this “ability”, others call it “talent”, others identify it as “gifts”, and in this article, it is what is going to be referred to as “potential”. The reason for using this word over the other options is that many people get to the end of their lives without actually using these gifts. This is in alignment with how the Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the word potential i.e
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