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Adam commented on Uber, but for finding Remote Teachers/Facilitators!

Hi @Asif Mojtoba Kabir, sorry for belated reply. I'm working on my idea for a few months now, still evaluating the market through primary market research. You seem to be already in the solutions mode while I still try to understand where the problems lie. Not sure what do you mean by teaming up but let's explore our respective ideas. My email is adam@zebredu.com. Please email me you availability for a call (approx. 1 hour) over the coming days. Best, Adam.

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Adam commented on Uber, but for finding Remote Teachers/Facilitators!

Hi Asif Mojtoba Kabir !

Looks like we have somehow similar ideas with different focus areas. Please check out mine - ZEBREDU | Customized learner-driven learning experience and let me know your comments.

Interesting to see that you seem to place much trust in teachers in your country while I see it slightly differently - anyone can teach/tutor/train.

Let me know if you are interested in setting up a video/call to share our insights.

Best,

Adam

Hi Naylee!

Thanks for your comments.

My idea is to focus on learners, who would drive their learning experience and not only accept what is offered by teachers. And many teachers, in the literal meaning of the word, that I interviewed in Poland, would not follow this direction. I'd rather think of anyone as a potential tutor/trainer - what is needed is passion on a given area and an ability and willingness to share knowledge but not the teachers' "papers". In this sense my idea is similar to Asif Mojtoba Kabir 's and so I'm thankful for sharing his idea with me.

What is different, however, my idea did not originate out of the pandemic situation but well ahead and is not about remote learning but learning in general with a focus on social interactions and handling the logistics challenges of "chasing" valuable learning opportunities.

Do you see anyone else having a similar idea? What is the next step in the challange?

Best,

Adam