The Global Education and Skills Forum was recently held in Dubai, where 30 technology startups presented their innovative solutions related to education. Among the 30 participants that pitched their idea was the Pakistani startup called Sabaq.
At the competition, the Sabaq CEO and co-founder Hassan Bin Rizwan in the preliminary pitch highlighted how storytelling and appealing digital content is helpful in igniting a child’s imagination.
During his pitch he also talked about their flagship product Muse, an android-based digital learning solution that uses storytelling and animations to make schoolings fun and engaging for the budding children to flourish in the educational technology.
Muse, according to the CEO, uses the power of storytelling and fascinating digital content, a fun digital learning solution that makes lessons engaging and increases student performance. The product currently has more than 1,500 digital lessons and tests.
Reference links: technologytimes.pk