TECHNICAL LITERACY IS THE WAY OF THE FUTURE.
LEARNING ABOUT TECHNICAL LITERACY TODAY IS AS VITAL TO HEALTHY INDEPENDENT LIVING AS LEARNING HOW TO READ, WRITE, AND LEARN BASIC MATH SKILLS IN THE 20TH CENTURY!
ONE COMPLETE PLATFORM IS ALL ANYONE NEEDS.
Project Gnosis is an award winning evidence based research platform dedicated to educating the future. We use an evidence based and blended learning approaches vital for building effective methods to enhance critical thinking skills in students. We continuously research & develop effective methods to bridge the gap between, education, technology, & industries. Everyone benefits from the skill based learning necessary for navigating our way in a world driven by technology.
Years of experience
Live interactive classes
8-12 week classes
Kids learn best by doing. Our learning outcomes are successful, skill based, and continuously modified for them to gain the skills they need for their futures. That’s why we built a two-way interactive virtual platform. Built by educators for educational purposes.
Self Learning Courses & Guides
Online Self Paced
We provide easy to teach and learn content created with educators and students in mind. We follow the highest academic standard for researching and testing everything we make.
Online & Offline for your own use
Discover our easy to follow content, taught live for students starting as early primary school. We offer lessons in hands on topics such as computer literacy (coding), technical knowledge, emotional intelligence, life skills, and so much more.
Meet The Team
CEO & Co-Founder
Hi there, I’m Michaela Sorrentino and I am the original inspiration behind this EdTech platform named Project Gnosis. After my kids, research and education technology have always been my greatest passion. My children’s obsession with technology was actually what inspired me to bridge the gap between the two, now known as ‘EdTech’ in most academic circles.
With a degree in philosophy and an eye for researching the ‘big picture’ stuff, I realized that emotional health and computer programming would become vital for successfully navigating a sustainable future in the 21st century. Like any parent, I am also concerned about my children’s future. After receiving an academic distinction award for our team’s research in 2019, I am convinced the Project Gnosis blended training and learning platform is the best approach there is for teaching and learning about better emotional health and technical literacy. One great platform is all anyone needs. So I created Project Gnosis.
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CTO & Co-Founder
Sami A. Asaker
Hi there, my name is Sami A. Asaker. I decided to co-found and develop the Project Gnosis platform for reasons quite personal to me. Getting a M.Sc. degree in information system technology was no easy task. My program began with over 400 enthusiastic students, but by the time I graduated there were only 5 of us left. Most of the students who dropped out did so because of computer programming issues. I managed to grasp what I needed to make it through my studies, but realised later on the problem wasn’t about anyone’s ability to learn, it had to do with how we were expected to learn it. When I was in high school there were ‘zero opportunities’ available to study coding -even though everyone was already fully engaged with technology! Having done it the hard way, I am in a unique position to understand acquiring the foundation necessary for technical literacy must begin in kindergarten to achieve it by age 18. Coding is the foundation for technical literacy and a vital skill to have if we hope to build a sustainable future at all. I believe one good platform is all anyone needs to teach and learn, so I built it to spare kids from having to do it the hard way and hopefully save all our futures in the process.
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We are ambassadors for knowledge (gnosis). We develop content to empower future generations to be the drivers of technology instead of being passively interfaced with it. Human innovation depends on the knowledge ‘gnosis’ we pass on to the younger generations.