Providing the latest thinking in teaching, TMI offers a combination of workshops, teacher ambassador mentorship training, broadcast TV, online, multimedia products and services to dramatically improve education outcomes at national and international levels. “Alongside sharing national and international education news, we seed content such as videos, articles, or interactives from TMI which fit their needs,” adds Angela. “We tackle the need for development of technology by seeking to create communities of learners and educators.
Alongside sharing national and international education news, we seed content such as videos, articles, or interactive from TMI which fit their needs
TMI is creating stronger interactive platforms with synchronous and asynchronous modules and courses for teachers, responsive webinar sessions, and has mentors that users can approach for their needs via video conferencing or direct messaging. “We also understand that we as a service need to be accessible to all, so we are building a multi-language approach for our users from platform to mobile,” explains Angela. The company’s Teacher’s Media Plus service is designed to help schools access cost-effective, innovative, and flexible training, along with an extensive video library, inspiring training materials, and other key resources to deliver a rich staff development experience. The company works with education ministries across the globe including countries like Kenya, Myanmar, Liberia, and Vietnam. In Namibia, TMI works with Microsoft to train teachers on technology in a rural training center, while in Liberia they are training girls to become literacy support assistants in three rural areas.
TMI is all set to launch their 2.0 version in March alongside tracking, accrediting, building educational communities to give learners excellent quality content and ideas. The company intends to work hand-in-hand with NGOs, school districts, and publishers. “We are merging radio, broadcast, and face-to-face services on our platform so that the students can achieve their full potential and become successful global citizens,” concludes Angela.