Adaptive Learning: Bridging the Gap between ‘First’ and ‘LastBenchers’

Today’s Learning Landscape

The learning experience today has evolved much beyond the chalk and board set-up, the reason being the variety of resources at our disposal and the advent of technology in every sphere of our lives. We’re in an era that lives ahead of us, and the word adaptive holds just the right essence of it. Specifically, in learning, we have experienced an earnest need to go beyond the one-size-fits-all approach and personalise learning for each child.

What is the need for adaptive technology?

‘Adaptive technology’ understands and personalises the learning path for each child by responding to each student’s needs, based on their unique behaviors and answers.

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Technology in Classroom- A threat or an enabler?

Despite an influx of digital content in the classroom, many educators have been reluctant to introduce technology in their classrooms.

According to a recent survey conducted by our team in Government schools(75 teachers from over 15 schools, Delhi NCR), we got to view teachers perspective on technology. Surprisingly, 90% of the teachers felt technology can be harnessed for better learning outcomes but were accompanied by various fears and insecurities.

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CSRBox: Harnessing Technology to improve the state of Education in Haryana Government Schools

The state of Education in government schools has been a concern for a long time! And now after the result of board examinations in which more than 50% of children in around 11 government schools have failed to qualify the examinations, this is an alarming situation. Changed policies, increased enrollments, increased retention, provisions for books and infrastructural requirements haven’t much flipped the state of education.

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India CSR: Hero Moto Corp. CSR initiative harnessing technology to improve the Education in Haryana

NEW DELHI: The state of Education in government schools has been a concern for a long time! And now after the result of board examinations in which more than 50% of children in around 11 government schools have failed to qualify the examinations, this is an alarming situation. Changed policies, increased enrollments, increased retention, provisions for books and infrastructural requirements haven’t much flipped the state of education.

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Learning Deficits in India- An Epidemic

4% GDP , 37% of CSR funds, hundreds of institutions working towards education, still 90% of kids are below grade-level competency. The number of children enrolling in school has been continuously increasing; but the number of kids completing their higher education has been constantly declining.

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