QNET Introduces K-12 Curriculum


QNET has launched its K-12 curriculum through QLearn, its e-learning portfolio. “This innovative curriculum incorporates visual-based questions, games, and videos, making it engaging and fun for kids to learn at their own pace, in the comfort of their homes. Students from Grades 6 to 12 can now access over 10,000 practice questions, quizzes, and games, as well as 2,000 plus animated video solutions to textbook questions, primarily focusing on STEM subjects,” the company said in a statement.

“We want to make education easily accessible for kids worldwide, beyond the bounds of their school grounds or learning centre,” says Berni Gaksch, Category Manager of QNET’s Education portfolio. “Our classes are designed to provide students with blended learning, a form of virtual education that supplements rather than supplants face-to-face classes in school. This helps kids get the most out of their schooling experience – enabling them to participate more in school activities and interact with their peers while still ensuring they can brush up on their studies anytime.”

QNET says, the addition of K-12 lessons represents a massive boost in the number of quality educational resources available through QLearn’s learning library. With QLearn’s K-12 curriculum, children can enjoy learning in various ways, including games and videos, which will help keep them engaged and focused. The study materials, created in collaboration with seasoned educators and professionals in the field of education, serve as a valuable review of school subjects, reinforcing the concepts and helping students gain a competitive advantage in the classroom. Utilizing a digital medium for studying also offers the added benefit of enabling parents and teachers to easily track students’ progress and assess their results by simply reviewing the completed courses. This streamlined approach ensures a clear measurement of advancement and outcomes.

“The launch of its K-12 curriculum allows parents to give their children an experience that not only helps them academically but also improves their learning process. Currently, QLearn’s K-12 curriculum is offered in English, with plans to expand the language choices and learning material in the future,” the company said.

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