At School of Education Technology and Support Outreach, we promote the new model of practical self-discovery through the use of variable technological platforms such as augmented reality, artificial intelligence and virtual reality for teaching and learning. This goal is inline with the clarions call to abolish the one-shoe-fits-it-all curriculum. We also establish collaboration with schools having difficulties in applying this model. Some of the variable technological platforms include the use of computers, the internet, science and engineering kits, and artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and virtual reality. We also welcome innovative tools that creates a more refined system structured towards a total formation of the child with relevant feedback. our School of Education and Technology Support Outreach applies the after-school program approach for children in order not to create a conflict in learning among children. It is targeted at training and empowering not less that 10000 candidates annually with a revenue return projections of over $10m .