Brainly, a social learning network that connects over 22 million students in the atmosphere of friendliness and teamwork, will now revolutionize the way of studying and learning also in the Philippines, at Brainly.ph. It unites all children: from traditional schools, those homeschooled and distance learning students.
How it works? It's simple: first you have to help others by answering their questions, then you gain points, which can be spend on posting your question. For example, one can help the other pupil with English and then ask a question from Mathematics, because everyone has different strong and weak sides.
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Educational social networks are the answer for many current problems, like unequal access to the education or the fact that children now spend most of their free time in the Internet. What makes Brainly special is that it is attractive for pupils, teachers and parents. Children have fun from learning, exchanging knowledge and meeting new friends. They also enjoy elements of gamification: points, rankings and achievements (the best users receive additional points for providing a clear, complete and well-explained answer). Parents and teachers appreciate that Brainly is a real support for learning and that there are hundreds of volunteered moderators (students, specialists, parents and teachers) who care about the quality of both questions and answers.
Michał Borkowski, Brainly CEO says: “We are happy to see how thanks to the hard work of our team, the idea of social learning is getting to students in all corners of the world”. Within the next weeks, apart from Philippines, Brainly will launch 7 more versions on 3 continents, including 2 more in Asia.
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