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Over 1.5 million students in TN to have access to Matific, the mathematics e-learning platform

Tamil Nadu Government is partnering with Australian e-learning platform Matific to encourage an innovative way of learning mathematics for Kindergarten to Class 6 students. The deal marks the company’s first-ever pilot run in the Indian market. Over 1.5 million students across Tamil Nadu will now have access to the Matific platform, featuring thousands of gamified activities and worksheets covering skills aligned to the curriculum. Minister for School Education, Thiru K A …

IIDE conducts Webinars for Teachers & Principals on EdTech

Given that the Indian teaching industry is certain that all courses have to be shifted online for the coming academic year (June 2020); there is an unprecedented need to digitize. For this very reason, The Indian Institute of Digital Education (IIDE) brought 340 principals and approximately 2500 teachers of Mumbai’s colleges live online together few days ago.  The webinars covered the …

Teachers across 50 schools in Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh to be trained to spread clean Ganga mission

To revitalize the Ganga river and establish its significance amongst teachers and school students, Schoolnet India Limited, an edtech company, has trained 100 teachers across 50 schools in Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh to raise awareness and sensitize the teachers towards use of participatory and hands-on learning tools and approaches including games to bring out attitudinal and behavioural change in the …

Online tutoring may pick up rapidly as Coronavirus epidemic forces measures like school shutdowns

As the epidemic spreads across the world (Covid-19 has now reached some 80 countries) by the minute and has even actively been detected in India, governments are scrambling to tighten prevention efforts. There have been over 121,000 confirmed cases so far across the globe, and owing to its increased rate of spreading, officials are even considering cancelling the Olympics 2020.  …

Microsoft rolls out the K-12 Education Transformation Framework widely in India

Calls for a holistic digital transformation of schools for a future ready workforce on the side-lines of Microsoft Education Days  Committed to empowering students with future-ready skills, Microsoft rolled out its K12 Education Transformation Framework more widely to schools across India at the second edition of the Microsoft Education Days in Gurgaon. Microsoft Education Days 2019 brought together more than 700 school leaders, educators, …

10 K Atal Tinkering Lab schools by year end, professionals who registered being mapped for mentoring

The current number of Atal Tinkering Lab (ATL) equipped schools that stands around 9000 across the country, will cross 10,000 mark by end of this year. Giving this information at the LMSAI- Harvard University Annual India Symposium on ‘Science & Society’ partnered by Niti Ayog in Delhi April 4, R Ramanan, mission director at the Atal Innovation Mission under Niti …

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