Moving towards quality education for all
At Afrodidact we've developed an innovative pedagogical method that ensures all students are equipped with skills that will be useful throughout their entire lives. It has been applied, tested and refined since more than a decade.
After visiting our model school, the ministry of education of The Gambia reported: "(this) school should be used as a model centre for other schools to visit".
We promote the method and inspire and/or coach other schools, teachers and organisations.
Why we're in this
Any child in the world has to receive quality education at the same standards. This is the only way to erase inequality. It’s a fundament for sustainable peace and development. It is stimulating youths to develop their own society and not to escape through illegal ways.
Large organizations do have the possibilities to influence educational policies, but do not always have good practical field examples. That is why it is extremely important to promote the existent model schools.
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."
- Nelson Mandela
We research a pedagogical on the ground, reach out to schools & organisations and integrate it into innovative digital technologies.
Refining our tried-and-tested pedagogical method at our model school.
Theoretical ideas are necessary but not enough. They need to be tested and adapted on the ground.
That's why we built a primary school In The Gambia, The Swallow. This brings us the independence to develop and refine our reputed school method.
We organize workshops & visits for schools and organizations in The Gambia and beyond. Focusing on a wide range of topics, beyond the pedagogical.
During these we discover opportunities, set up a quality working plan and involve the whole team.
Harnessing the potential of digital technologies
We're preparing for the future. Our digital school suite KUBO brings digital technologies within reach of every school.
We automize administration, offer learning resources to students and generate that informs staff as well as our research.