Alef Education, a UAE-based global education technology provider, showcased its cutting-edge products at the British Education Training and Technology show (BETT), the largest EdTech exhibition in the world, from March 29-31. The annual event brought together international education professionals, policymakers, and technology providers to explore the latest developments in education technology.
During the event, Alef Education exhibited a range of products designed to support students and educators in achieving their goals to advance the digital learning industry. These included Alef Pathways and Arabits.
Geoffrey Alphonso, CEO of Alef Education, said: “We are thrilled to be exhibiting at BETT London 2023. Our participation in the event demonstrates our unwavering commitment to supporting the EdTech industry by providing personalized and engaging learning experiences to students of all ages and skill levels. Our innovative solutions are designed to meet the unique needs of students and teachers in the Middle East and worldwide. We are proud that our products are transforming how students learn and teachers teach, and we look forward to introducing our solutions to the global education community.”
Alef Education presented a broad portfolio of solutions at BETT 2023:
Alef Pathways: A student-centered, self-paced supplemental math program. The solution includes diagnostics and recommended developmental pathways, interactive learning content, and formative and summative assessments to measure progress. It enables teachers to monitor student progress and recommends appropriate materials to support their needs.
Arabits: A mobile app designed for non-native speakers to learn Arabic. Powered by state-of-the-art AI, Arabits is a complete language learning system created by education experts that helps students of all ages master Arabic language skills.
Alef English: A simple yet effective approach to teaching foundational literacy skills. The program offers discrete skill instruction through videos and high-interest interactive readers aligned with Lexile/CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) levels scaffolded for lower-level learners. Additional features include immediate student/teacher feedback in assessments and games for content review.