TMRW, a leading educational technology company spun off from GEMS Education, the world’s largest private K-12 education provider, announces the launch of TeachMeNow, its innovative online mentoring platform.
Accessible from anywhere in the world, TeachMeNow offers sessions on all core curriculum subjects, including math, science and language arts. Learners can also hire tutors to learn about more specialized topics such as coding, graphic design, artificial intelligence, and filmmaking. The platform selected expert teachers through an extensive vetting process to join as mentors.
Lessons on TeachMeNow are available in individual or group sessions. Classes can be live, with real-time collaboration via voice, video, and chat interactions, as well as document and screen sharing. Additionally, TeachMeNow offers in-depth courses, which combine live sessions and pre-recorded content to reinforce learning.
Krishnan Gopi, CEO of TMRW, said:
“Our mission at TMRW is to support learning no matter where students are based. That’s why we’re launching TeachMeNow, so students can get personalized help when and where they need it, with teachers from select of the world’s most outstanding schools at your fingertips.
“Today’s digital natives are well versed in apps, games, videos and other online tools for learning. TeachMeNow was designed to meet learners’ needs for innovative, on-demand courses that will help them become skilled professionals. »
Naomi Eglington, Managing Director of TeachMeNow, said:
“As the world reopens after COVID, our focus must now shift to helping students catch up. Teachers have shown incredible dedication to their students throughout the pandemic and are essential in helping them catch up. At the same time, personalized and flexible support is essential to ensure that no child is left behind, and online tutoring is a key tool in this regard.
“Through our platform, students can complement their classroom learning with a mentor who best matches their learning style. We are proud to offer courses that children may not have access to in school, such as critical thinking, leadership and entrepreneurship – all skills that will help students thrive in the tomorrow’s world.
Recent studies have shown that private lessons provide, on average, an additional five months of progress over the course of a year. Small group lessons, involving groups of two to five students, result, on average, in four additional months of progress over the course of a year.
Using TMRW’s interoperable, all-in-one learning operating system, TeachMeNow offers interactive, easy-to-use features such as flexible scheduling and a comprehensive dashboard to monitor bookings and activities.
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