Adebayo Alomaja is the Founder and C.E.O of Eazy-Digi, a research and training based organization on educational technology and 21st Century learning systems.
I am on the advisory board of Hundred, an education based NGO in Finland where i endorse innovations in the global education landscape, also I am the Nigerian Ambassador for the International Teachers Association (Thailand) where I works with other educators across the globe in advancing quality education.
Adebayo strongly believes that every African child is a global citizen and must be educated for global relevance and competition by exposure to same learning design and experiences that is obtainable across the global village.
Adebayo leads Eazy-Digi, which is an R&D oriented organization, bringing to light the realities of education in the fourth Industrial Revolution and equipping K12 School systems to align. He is currently working on a Cross Continental Project Based Learning that connects schools in Nigeria with other schools across the globe for a learning experience that models the future of work.
He is the host of a monthly international virtual educators conference that brings educators together across the global village, Voice of Learners (An interview series for Innovative K12 learners across the globe) and others.
Eazy-Digi is an equity force and voice in the African education landscape with a mission, to build K-12 blended learning systems based on global standards with the combined effort of our research board (consisting of education experts across the globe), research based strategies, policies and practices. We are currently working with a number of schools across Nigeria as Virtual Learning Managers(VLM), providing a hybrid support system that enhances blended learning for the educators, learners and the school community.
Eazy-Digi also goes further to provide authentic, experiential, deep and connected learning experience for the schools in our network through "project FF" , an initiative created to connect learners with industry experts.
We are bent on building future ready schools and learners in Nigeria, Africa and the world at large.
I believe that we need to continuously restructure schools globally to align with real life demands, currently and in the emerging future. Schools must ultimately become a simulation of realities around it, hence the shift into "Authentic Learning", the type of learning that is meaningful and attracts the interest of learners always.