WHO ARE WE?
We are a South African company located at Pretoria that specialises in Artificial Intelligence and software engineering. MathU presents the first tutoring system that use state of the art engineering principles to map, monitor and to assess progress.
MathU Teaching Emporium is established by engineers and scientists who are passionate about mathematics and science education. The MathU GO App is an in-hand mobile learning tool that will enhance the facilitation of artisan learning.
MathU also teaches classes weekly from Monday to Thursday afternoons, 16:00 – 18:00. We accommodate all learners from Grade 5 to Grade 12 and facilitate both CAPS and IEB curriculum.
Made by engineers.
Empowered by Artiﬁcial Intelligence.
THE MATHU STORY
The MathU concept was born out of a final year engineering thesis. The thesis themed ”Skills development to optimise community participation for the SKA telescope”, proposed a skills development initiative to optimise collateral benefit to the community from the Square Kilometre Array telescope project in South Africa. The South African Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Project is a project of the National Department of Science and Technology, and is administered through the SKA South Africa a business of the National Research Foundation.
People learn in different ways. MathU analyzes how learners interact with learning content creating smart and innovative paths by tailoring personal content to enhance educational experiences.
Our ultimate goal is to give everyone access to a private tutor experience through our technology.
MathU Business verticals
While the primary focus of this document will be MathU GO and the corresponding CSI project, it is nonetheless important to note that MathU Teaching Emporium has multiple business avenues, each focusing on different markets.
Results & Impact that we have made
Impact that MathU has made with outreach programs
During the academic year of 2017, Tracker Connect in a joint operation with MathU Teaching Emporium engaged on a community upliftment project for the development of Mathematics & Science for Magaliesburg State School. This project proposed an academic skills development initiative to optimise collateral benefit to select learners in Grade 11 & 12.
Academic skills in arid regions of the world are usually meagre, and opportunities for young people are few. The MathU project offered the tools and resources to establish a platform for academic electronic learning by providing internet access and facilitating distance-based learning initiatives.
Results from initial pilot project in 2017
INCREASE IN MATHEMATICS MARKS
INCREASE IN PHYSICAL SCIENCE MARKS