Technology to help you learn,
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in an efficient way. (theoretically)
Most teachers nowadays use a traditional teaching style that may only work well if students are taught face-to-face, and when teachers have enough time and attention on every student. However, these conditions are generally not true in underdeveloped areas, resulting in poor learning outcomes among local students. We aim to address this problem by introducing technology-assisted teaching.
Everyone can use this platform for educational purposes. You can even self-learn without guidance from a real teacher!
We use effective psychological methods to help you learn better.
Active Recall: Anfa Learning will provide practice questions after you have learned certain concepts in a course. Solving them by yourself will help your brain enter a pathway of active recall, and remember the concepts more efficiently.
Spaced Repetition: in the "Review" section, Anfa Learning regularly presents some practice questions to you. If you think you are not proficient in solving a certain question, you can "mark" that question and Anfa will present relevant ones to you after some time. This is based on the Anki-SM2 schedule and our "Knowledge Network" model. (still under research...)
As students ourselves, we know what might confuse you and what may feel boring to you. We seek to minimize your frustration in the learning process.
Interactive explanation: We try to exploit technology to make abstract ideas more intuitive to you. We visualize and animate mathematical concepts on web pages so that you can play around and remember them quickly. (still under development...)
Examination standards: Our learning materials for Chinese junior high school students are designed to meet the standards of the High School Entrance Exam. We explain its rubrics and emphasize special caveats to help you gain every point that should not be lost.
Traditional test-oriented teaching methods in China neglects students' abilities of learning by themselves. But here, we encourage high school students to learn searching, processing, merging, and absorbing knowledge without the guidance of a real teacher.
Discussion: For each lecture, you can post comments, ask questions or help answering other students' questions. Teachers and teaching assistants in AnfaTech will also regularly check the comments under their lectures and answer your questions.
Search: If you ever encountered unfamiliar concepts or knowledge units while you are learning, you can always try searching it within this site. (still under development...)