Project Educ8 – Personalized Mentoring by BAC Students
The BAC Law Society, together with EduNation, launched a new collaborative mentorship programme with Bukit Bintang Boys’ School this month, designed to motivate and guide students who are sitting for SPM examinations this year.
Project Educ8 assigns BAC students to tutor individual students from the Bukit Bintang Boys’ School in core subjects such as Mathematics, Science, Sejarah and English using EduNation’s free learning resources.
“This creative one-on-one learning atmosphere is a fantastic opportunity for young people to get involved in a project that could influence significant change for the better in their local community” said Daniel Abishegam, Faculty Adviser to the BAC Law Society. “The response have been overwhelming as the boys have been inspired to study smarter and harder.”
Project Educ8 is a volunteer based community service project where SPM students connect with dedicated mentors to receive one-on-one guidance and support throughout their revision. In addition to a dedicated mentor, these students also have access to EduNation’s online revision videos which have been specifically developed and customised with clear, easy-to-understand points with emphasis on highly relevant and crucial areas of study.
Free Education: Anywhere, Anytime!
EduNation, in collaboration with Brickfields Asia College (BAC), also offers thousands of SPM students the chance to fine-tune their exam preparations with free revision seminars in Chemistry, Biology, Sejarah, Add Maths and Bahasa Melayu, among others. These seminars are held at BAC and are conducted by experienced academics and cover exam preparation tips, revision classes and past paper discussions. Students can watch the recordings on EduNation’s website at a time of their convenience.
EduNation is a non-profit organisation that provides a complete and free educational resource for every Malaysian student. To date, EduNation has created over 3,700 videos covering the core subjects for Standard 1 to Form 5 students in English and Bahasa Malaysia. By the end of 2016, EduNation aims to expand their resources to include comprehensive content in Tamil and Mandarin for primary school students.
For more information on EduNation, visit www.edunation.my