Darisni, the Arab World’s first learning application, has launched the new platform “Darisni Centers”, which exclusively brings together the most famous tutors in Egypt in one app. It is a as a free service that helps Grade One to Nine students conduct research projects requested by the Ministry of Education.
Darsini is matching the latest learning requirements, helping families avoid overspending, and address the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on education.
Darisni allows students to select the best means to match their learning style, with students able to select from a full learning path, private tutoring sessions, short videos, exercises or previous exams.
Darisni also offers a “Teaching on-Demand” service, offering real-time, round-the-clock instant access to specialised tutors. It allows students to place their queries to teachers in all subjects and curricula in Arabic and English.
Students also receive help in their assignments, exams, and standardised tests, as “learning-through-feedback” ensures students profoundly understand the subject matter.
Darisni has also launched a new service to check research projects and provide advice if further analysis is needed. It guarantees developing maximum student ability to research on their own, hence fulfilling research objectives. This service meets with Ministry of Education directives to replace traditional exams with research projects for students at those stages.
Darisni has also launched a tool to review research projects and ensure they are not plagiarised or copied from profit-based sources.
It includes explanations on research, how to compile research projects, how to research with ease in referenced and credible sources, and how to achieve the best results guaranteeing success.
Darisni’s platforms are made up of 3 applications, for teachers, parents, and students. Teachers form virtual classrooms in the app where they can upload material, assignments, and announcements. The student app allows interaction with teachers, watch interactive videos and access amusing learning paths.
To support the educational process in Egypt in light of the current crisis, and to help Egyptian families, Darisni is making most of its services free to thousands of students.
Darisni is doing so as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR), and in light of the harsh circumstances. The decision is also in support of the Ministry of Education drive to create technology-based education to develop an independent student personality.