Core Principles

Our four core principles are:


In Eduriea Future, Education is the process of learning and unlearning to acquire insight and understanding, through knowledge and skill acquisition to generally prepare one to solve problems and for success today and the future.

Education usually begins with young learners, when they are exposed to content they need, in other to develop in a progressive and sequential way into responsible members of the society.

Providing knowledge and life skills to young learners require open opportunities for them to exploit better possibilities to discover themselves, by using appropriate learning tools that will awaken in them the desire to acquire knowledge and skillsets that will facilitate their personal development and growth in our ever changing world.


As the world changes exponentially, emerging technologies drives knowledge and skillsets. At Eduriea Future, we integrate the use of technology in education to improve the teaching and learning process by providing both educators and learners access to a variety of educational resources that inspire creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration (4Cs). 

Research has proven that technology based strategies and tools for learning, result in four kinds of improvements in educational outcomes.
  • Increased learner motivation
  • Mastery of topics taught
  • Acquiring life skills needed to succeed in the 21st century
  • Acting as experts (ie; learners ability to use problem solving process similar to those of experts)


Our approach to the exponential change experienced in education is innovation; which creates significant new pathways in teaching and learning.

Innovation, as an important facet of human development, involves the emergence of new trends, with significant impact on educational systems at all levels.

Innovation in education compels teachers and learners to explore, research and use digital tools to discover and learn. This process engages and develops in learners’ problem solving skills needed to succeed as leaders and lifelong learners.


We strongly believe that for young learners, effective learning is facilitated by interest, curiosity and encouragement, which are brought about by active engagement.

Learner’s engagement refers to the degree of attention, optimism and passion that is displayed when they are learning, which extends to the level of motivation they receive to learn and progress in education.

Essentially it is important for educators to deploy the right digital tools to engage, motivate and sustain in young learners the desire to acquire knowledge and skills and promote meaningful learning experiences in their learning environment (classroom).