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How Scoodle is turning teachers into education ‘influencers’

In the wake of the pandemic’s disruption to schooling, Ismail Jeilani argues that now is the time to bring a fresh approach to addressing the needs of the next generation of pupils and teachers, writes Zlata Rodionova

Wednesday 11 August 2021 21:30
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<p>Co-founders Jeilani, Bukhari and Ahad are childhood friends  </p>

Co-founders Jeilani, Bukhari and Ahad are childhood friends

Everyone has heard of the universities of Oxford and Cambridge but who can name the tutors?

Ismail Jeilani, the co-founder of Scoodle, is hoping his website and app will change all that.

Scoodle, which launched in 2017, is a tutoring platform that connects pupils and educators. With a content-driven approach, it enables teachers to answer questions, share learning resources or create videos. If pupils and parents like what they see, they can book lessons with them.

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