FLIPPED CLASSROOM CHALLENGE; PAKISTAN
PROVEN INTERVENTION TO BE DISTRIBUTED
The Edupreneur program which will make top quality teachers available across the country.
Learn more about the Flipped Classroom Challenge and why new education models, like flipping the classroom or deskilling a class curriculum, offer a solution to the vast teacher shortages in the developing world.
DISTRIBUTION MODEL INNOVATION
Teachers will deliver live lessons at EDKASA's central facility in Lahore which will then be streamed to a network of low-cost centers that will be operated by Edupreneurs. These Edupreneurs will screen the live teaching web-streams at their physical locations, providing access to students in their communities for a low monthly cost.
The Edupreneur program strategy is based on providing three core elements:
1. Provide top quality teachers, live. Live, interactive learning is critical for success in the after-school education sphere in Pakistan.
2. Reach students from low income households. The target user for the Edupreneur program is a secondary student from a low-income household. EDKASA first goal is to achieve a price point of $10 per month per student for after-school secondary education with the aim to reduce it to $5 once the programs scale up.
3. Be financially sustainable. EDKASA wants to provide a solution that is financially sustainable for everyone involved.
PILOT AND SCALING GOALS
- Work with 10 entrepreneurs during the pilot phase
- Reach 200 students during the pilot phase
- Work with 250 Edupreneurs and reach 5,000 students by the end of year 1
- Work with 500 Edupreneurs and reach 20,000 students by the end of year 2
Fahad Tanveer - Director
Sohail Ali - Strategy Lead
Annum Sadiq - Education Lead
Bakhtawar Ali - Marketing Lead
Muneeb Ali - Tech Lead