Egypt collaborates with Britannica to develop the Egyptian Knowledge Bank

Britannica has worked with the Egyptian Ministry of Education and Technical Education (MOETE) and taken part in the Egypt Transformation Vision 2030 project to provide verified digital educational resources for all Egyptian citizens through the Egyptian Knowledge Bank (EKB) portal.

the Egyptian Knowledge Bank

Britannica’s team of experts has worked to provide access to millions of learners across Egypt, overcoming the challenges faced by the Egyptian education system.

Britannica has implemented Egypt’s vision of integrating IT into education, using technology to develop teaching resources in science, increasing IT competence for teachers, and promoting the development of new pedagogical methodologies in the curriculum.

This project further developed the Lesson Pathway – a comprehensive and bilingual Arabic and English resource adapted to meet the needs of the MOETE. Working together with curriculum experts in biology, chemistry and physics, Britannica created a distinct taxonomy that mapped directly to the Egyptian science curriculum.

The project then used this approach to create a collection of lessons, resources, and more to support teachers and students across Egypt.

the Egyptian Knowledge Bank

Lesson Pathway enables thousands of teachers to deliver high-quality digital lessons to support core classroom skills with a difference and help facilitate classroom practice in the most convenient way.

Lessons support independent learning through homework assignments and review questions to promote student engagement and beyond.

The digital resources have been carefully collated from the best contents in Arabic and English around the world. Britannica is more than just a resource provider; but also a partner with the Egyptian MOETE.

the Egyptian Knowledge Bank

Britannica has worked alongside the Ministry leaders to support their educational needs at all levels, with advice, technical assistance and curriculum expertise.

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