Success Tab Uses Modern Tools To Promote Learning for Nigerian Students

Success Tab Uses Modern Tools To Promote Learning for Nigerian Students

By Nnamdi Odumody

Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s anti-apartheid hero and former President, said that education is the greatest weapon which an individual can use to change the world. Nigeria currently lags behind the rest of her peers in global performance ratings due to poor investment in education which has spiralled to a non-productive economy with the poorest people in the world and an enclave of insecurity.

Oluwakoyejo Oluwatosin believes that every Nigerian child deserves quality basic education at the primary and secondary levels which is the most crucial stage in their development to become successful in life. He saw the friction in the quality of educational content and mode of dissemination by teachers in public schools. That led to the development of Success Tab, an educational tablet with over 100 e-textbooks, 15 years model questions for WAEC examinations, 13 years model questions for JAMB examinations, 10 years model questions for NECO examinations, Instant Chats with Educators trained by top educational institutions like Corona Schools, 50 Educational Games pre-installed, and Social Media timeout for the students.

That timeout was included in order to prevent addiction and make the tools more effective with Parental Control for parents in order to monitor their kids so that they don’t visit, consume harmful content or engage in nefarious activities with their peers as well become victims of cyberbullying.

It has a 16GB internal storage with a 10.01 screen size, 2GB RAM, 5000 MAH Battery, 5.0 Camera, 1200 X 800 Resolution, a protective leather case with screen guard and is available at 60,000 naira only. To scale access for the product by its target market, a flexible payment plan which comes with an initial deposit of 6,000 naira plus logistics fee of 1,500 naira is available. The balance is spread over six months at 11,900 naira monthly.

Success Tab wants to improve learning outcomes for every Nigerian child so that they can become globally competitive in order to participate in the knowledge economy.

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