Smart Schools Project
Smart Schools project by Oxbridge Innovative Solutions (Pvt) Limited is aimed to foster Online Game-Based Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (GBTLA)’ for the Education Sector, primarily focusing on public schools to bridge the digital divide by providing access to technology and resources.
This unique initiative is crafted to enhance students’ engagement, learning outcomes, and 21st-century skills like critical thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration through GBTLA. Additionally, the project aims to empower teachers with a comprehensive understanding of GBTLA, enabling them to use online games to teach STEM subjects to students from grades 1 to 12, using real-world scenarios and challenges.
Implementation of the project will take place in 350 public primary, middle, and high schools administered by FDE in the ICT region. The target is to train and enhance the productivity of 5,000 teachers in GBTLA through an online Learning Management System.
Additionally, the project aims to improve the performance of approximately 2,300 students in the ICT region in a time span of 12 months. This initiative seeks to address the limitations of traditional teaching methods in Pakistani schools, which often struggle to engage students and foster effective learning.