Family of e-learning sites


FULLY funded by the BAC Education Group, BACfreeschool.com is a not-for-profit holistic learning organisation that has launched its full family of e-learning sites.

It is offering free access to educational content based on the national school syllabus.

Designed to complement existing teaching and learning activities in Malaysia, students and teachers alike can utilise these sites as an additional learning resource, general revision tool or for intensive exam prep.

These e-learning sites feature a comprehensive learning experience covering subjects from Year One to Form Five, with interactive material developed by experienced teachers.

These are:

SPMflix.com - for students in Forms Four and Five with e-notes, quizzes and tutorial videos;

PT3flix.com – for students in Forms One. Two and Three;

UPSRflix.com – for pupils in Years One to Six;

SJKCflix.com – for pupils in Chinese vernacular schools with selected subjects for Years One to Six;

SJKTflix.com - for pupils in Tamil vernacular schools with selected subjects for Years One to Six; and

IGCSEflix.com – for refugee children taking their exams the world over.

Founder of BACfreeschool.com Raja Singham said: “At the BAC Education Group, we believe in the power of education to change lives.”

“An initiative like BACfreeschool is important to provide access to quality education for all students, including underserved communities and refugees.

“Today’s launch of the six specialist learning portals is one more way for us to support the development of education in Malaysia, to uplift the nation, one student at a time,” he said.

As a non-profit educational initiative, fully funded by the BAC Education Group, the BACfreeschool team actively supports education reform with a focus on driving student-centric learning and the provision of universal access to ICT tools.

These efforts also include 21st Century Learning workshops for school teachers and administrators, which showcase the practical implementations of student-centric learning techniques in schools including the effective use of technology in classrooms and reimagined pedagogical styles.

“In addition to educator engagements, we also reach out to students directly through events like our annual SPM Seminar or our recently launched weekly tuition webinar for SPM students.

“Our activities are fortified with our own hands-on experience garnered since 2012 and we have full confidence in our ability to act as a third force to support the continued evolution of education in Malaysia,” BACfreeschool COO Jennifer Low.

Visit BACfreeschool.comfor more information on its initiatives, including its six e-learning sites.

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