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Covid-19 Disrupting Learning? This Fempreneur’s Online Platform Can Help

Kelly Te’s edtech platform Knovo enables equitable access to quality and affordable education globally.

Covid-19 Disrupting Learning? This Fempreneur’s Online Platform Can Help
Kelly Te is the founder of education technology platform Knovo.

Learning is a lifelong journey, but getting the right start prepares you for the future ahead, Kelly Te believes.

“A good education prepares a person to face challenges and seize opportunities that the future will present.” The founder of education technology platform Knovo is passionate about enabling access to quality and affordable education.

The company goes beyond just providing a syllabus online. In fact, Knovo caters to both students and educators, with technology that helps match the right classes to each student. Elements such as teaching method, learning content and integrated tools are the pillars of what makes Knovo unique.

“Our platform aggregates global learners and pairs them with a diverse range of education providers, whether it’s for primary, secondary or tertiary education, self-improvement or upskilling. Each educator provides quality teaching, where content design is also critical and relevant to help students thrive in this fast-changing world,” Te says.

Every child has a different learning pace and need, so Knovo offers a structured learning environment that provides a secure, supportive and motivating online learning experience, one that caters to all categories of learning, background and location.

On top of that, Knovo also has online tools, such as virtual classrooms, to enterprise management systems and matching algorithms, which enables users to run their classes effectively online. While it’s not meant to replace the traditional classroom, hybrid methods of using both systems are fast becoming the way moving forward. Digital platforms have played an increasing role in education and Te firmly believes it has the ability to enhance and impact education at scale while keeping it cost effective — this could help close the disparity gap on access, something that will certainly shape the future of our world.

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