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Technology integration and education

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In Pakistan, the integration of technology and internet at higher education is in use for more than a decade. Use of internet and modern technology is now being introduced from early years to secondary schools. Private sector schools are taking a step forward and introducing e-learning environments at their campuses. Even the public and private sector schools, catering the middle and lower income groups, are now being considerate towards the use of technology.
3P Learning, a Sydney-based publication group is found active in providing assistance to local schools and individuals in switching over to e-learning and getting popularity among the schools, students and families for their online learning resources covering KG to Grade Twelve courses for Mathematics, English Literacy and Spellings along with Science (physics, Chemistry, Biology, environment). Many schools have started accommodating these programmes as part of their regular teaching /learning process considering their flexibility to match any learning need due to their curriculum customisation facility, along with many other features which help teachers reduce their workload while enhancing student learning outcomes.
An IT Programme manager from one of the user schools while talking to media said, “the theme of technology has been Make-Create-Innovate, this was the main reason we included Mathletics into the students diet of Mathematics. Students learn well through this programme. All students thoroughly enjoy using it and many students have made exceptional progress.”
E-learning is proven to be the most economical and efficient technique of spreading education. It has a much wider reach than the conventional methods. Through the use of these resources, teachers are spontaneously empowered at a level compatible to the teachers of developed world like US, UK or Australia.  3P Learning is now working beyond the major cities. Easy access to smart and portable devices and with the introduction of better internet facilities, Mathletics and its siblings Spellodrome , Reading Eggs and Into Science, have received warm welcome in the cities like  Vehari, Burywala, Sahiwal and Gakkar.

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