Have you heard about the Mission-T STEM App?
Mission -T is Nigeria’s first teaching app that provides indigenous STEM and ICT content to the secondary school teachers.
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Most frequent questions and answers
Everyone. While our primary target users are educators and teachers in secondary schools, you could also use the app to improve yourself and those around you. Please feel free to tell us about how the app is being used in your country.
The current courses on the app are Scratch programming, Digital electronics (Basic – Advanced), Robotics, Computer Science education, mobile app development, web design and web development.
This depends on your previous exposure to the courses. The courses are classified based on difficulty (basic, intermediate and advanced). If you do not have a previous exposure, we recommend that you start with a course in the basic category
Downloaded lessons and modules can be accessed offline later. Ensure that a lesson be
downloaded is completely downloaded before trying to access it without internet. You
can access all your downloads in your downloads menu.
• Launch the app.
• Search for the video/Course you wish to download and tap on the
• Tap on the down arrow download button and choose the quality of the video.
• Tap on quality of the video and your video will start downloading.
You can access your downloaded content at the download icon at the footer page of the app and you can also access it through the following methods: launch the default File Manager app and tap it
Inside the My Files app, tap “Downloads.”