E’ebo self-help creator tool is promising school teachers and opportunity to increase the number of their students and their income, without increasing their workload and hours.
A day in life of a teacher starts at 4am. They have to beat the commute and arrive at their schools well ahead of students and prepare the lessons. Teaching must be a difficult job if you are in it for a livelihood but fortunately for most teachers, it is a passion. Teachers don’t complain about workload but they are seriously hampered by working conditions and terms.
The smallest class in Uganda that a teacher can attend to is 50 students in top tier schools and they work over 15hrs a day including commute. The average pay for a teacher in most African countries is hardly enough. Some teachers are fortunate to get extra gigs doing private tutoring, others in rural settings resort to farming and recently some moonlight as bike-taxis riders.
While Private tutoring is somewhat rewarding, it requires the teacher to increase their work hours and that is insanely tiring.
But what exactly is teaching business about? It is about reproduction, organization and distribution of education content-which is exactly what eebo does. The eebo self help creator tool is going to revolutionalize the life and job of the teacher. Teachers, like other creators will be enabled to reach more students, make more money BUT without the extra work hours or commute. Eebo will give the teacher FREE tools to upload content, promote it and sell it to 1000s of students globally.
And the teacher is not the only winner. Unlike TV or radio, eebo is a VOD platform. This means that students can download, save and can revise (re-watch).
Besides extra revenue, a teacher will have opportunity to build their profile and the profile of the schools that employ them. Imagine this “my name is Teacher John Smith and I am a teacher at #Sentfromheaven primary school”. It will be a ripple effect.
Our call is to enable people to create their own digital business, create and optimize their own jobs, facilitate knowledge transfer and prosperity.
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