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Arabic Learning Made Fun with Online Games

Turning learning challenges into opportunities is what EduTechnoz is about, designing online games as support material for 3-7 year old children to make Arabic easier to learn, and as important, if not more, fun to learn! The children’s progress can be observed through reports that are based on the performance while playing and learning.

Inspired by the effort to help her struggling son identify Arabic letters to start blending them, founder Diana Al Dajani “made him a game using papers. 20 minutes later he mastered all the skills.” Not having enough time to keep playing that same game with him, she programmed it so he can have access to play it independently on his laptop. “He was happy, and I was guilt free and hands free to do more work while my son is practicing Arabic voluntarily,” she shares.

The beta version of this social enterprise was launched in July 2011, after finding much demand from the community and no other existing solution present. It’s like Dr. Seuss says, one of Al Dajani’s favorite mottos, “you have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose!”

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Lama Saleh

Freelance writer at Baraka bits. A dreamer wanting to have a positive footprint on society and bring joy to others. Success stories and inspiring people are my muses, optimism is my life choice. Interested in all things relating to social entrepreneurship, social development, social justice, peace, women's rights, child safety and development, art and illustration, health, education and psychology.

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