Geniebook, the Parent-Proof, Data Analytics Home-Based Learning Platform Fast-Tracking the Way Children Around Asia Revise

Geniebook, the Parent-Proof, Data Analytics Home-Based Learning Platform Fast-Tracking the Way Children Around Asia Revise

The only AI learning platform for the Singapore education syllabus that makes HBL easy for both parents and children.

An extremely confusing user interface. At a loss as to which school topic to begin working on. Parents screaming at their undisciplined children. These are the consequences of a locked down world, plagued by not only Covid-19 but the sudden need for traditional classroom education to digitalise and innovate overnight. Home-based Learning (HBL) has become a norm across the world, but it is obvious that not everybody has mastered it.

One player has, though. With 10 years of pioneering edutech experience, Geniebook is an undoubted leader in HBL, bringing not only convenience to the student, but a whole suite of Artificial Intelligence (AI) features, data-driven technology and carefully structured classes unlike most HBL platforms in the market. Having grown 10 times since 2019 across 6 main markets — Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam and Hong Kong — in Asia, Geniebook is making its mark.

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Performance insights and sample worksheet within the Geniebook student app. | Image source: Geniebook

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Photos: Performance insights and sample worksheet within the Geniebook student app

Think of Geniebook as a fully-personalised assessment book. As you attempt questions, its AI algorithms simultaneously pick up on the questions you’ve completed wrongly. In your next worksheet, 80% of the questions presented will be of topics you find more challenging, making sure you get to revise and eventually master your mistakes.

When you can’t remember a concept, videos are there to help. Deliberately designed as 1-hour bite-sized classes, these lessons provide more than sufficient time to break down each topic so that there are no questions asked by the end of the lesson — efficiency to the max.

Geniebook, the Parent-Proof, Data Analytics Home-Based Learning Platform Fast-Tracking the Way Children Around Asia Revise

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The best part: parents are not left out of the equation. Through the Geniebook app, parents can monitor their child’s progress via real-time data analytics and reports. They can keep track of questions attempted by their child daily, clearly identify which areas they are weak in, and in turn craft out study plans for them.

Being the only AI learning platform for the Singapore education syllabus, and the largest edutech company in the country, Geniebook is of the view that more does not necessarily equate to better. In fact, within its platform, students are encouraged to practise for just 30 minutes a day, 3 times a week, in order to enjoy healthy, quick and self-directed learning.

At the crux of it all, personalisation and efficiency are key to the Geniebook method.

About Geniebook

Geniebook is an edutech software that aims to change the way students learn and revise. By tapping on the capabilities of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, the Geniebook learning platform has the ability to target and personalise concepts based on each student’s strengths and challenges. Since its inception in Singapore in 2017, Geniebook has expanded to five more countries — Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam and Hong Kong — to bring their offline to online technology and innovations across to the rest of the world.

 

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