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242A Sydney Road
Brunswick, VIC, 3056
Australia

+613 9889 1672

Brighter is a dynamic Australian e-learning solutions provider dedicated to improving the educational outcomes of young people.  We do this by introducing world-leading Education Technology to the classroom.

Our Product range includes: Virtual Learning Environments (VLE) or Virtual Learning Platforms (VLP), Content Software for teaching English as a first language and English as a second language (ESL); mathematics software, assessment tools, International Baccalaureate curriculum, Management Information Systems (MIS), Cloud Services and related Hardware such as interactive boards, tablets and screens.  

We represent well established companies in Australia, the UK and the USA

FAQ

Beneficios de e-learning

monica hayhurst

The use of education technology is EXPERIENCING STEADY GROWTH ACROSS THE WORLD BECAUSE OF THE SIGNIFICANT BENEFITS IT OFFERS AND THE COST EFFECTIVENESS OF ITS IMPLEMENTATION.   THIS POWERFUL COMBINATION IS CHANGING THE EDUCATION SYSTEM AT A RAPID PACE.

 

From a school's perspective, e-learning is is a powerful way to optimise valuable teaching time.  Teachers commonly cite the following benefits to introducing e-learning

 

It allows students to be more productive. The use of computers to conduct research can significantly save time and allow students to focus on a project much longer than they would with books and paper resources only.  At the same time, it helps them develop better learning through exploration and research.

It is engaging. When technology is integrated into school lessons, learners are more likely to be interested in, focused on, and excited about the subjects they are studying. Teaching can become more interesting with virtual environments, tutoring, and the streaming of educational videos. 

It enables students to learn at their own pace. With the integration of technology, students are able to get direct, individualised instruction from the computer. This form of supplemental teaching allows them to engage with the information at times that are most convenient for them and helps them become more self-directed in the learning process. At the same time, this gives the teacher more time to accomplish classroom objectives, while freeing them up to help the students who might be struggling at times.