Promising quality education to students

Classteacher collaborates with schools to make education an easy task for students

Published: 06th March 2012 10:16 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:30 PM   |  A+A-

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BANGALORE: Technology is spreading its branches and schools are leaving no stones unturned to adapt themselves to these technological transformations. With a demand for quality and interactive education, Classteacher has collaborated with schools in the city to make education fun and easy for students.

Classteacher provides Digital learning programmes in Lawrence High School, River Valley Organisation, Kittur Rani Chennamma Residential Sainik Girls School and SSB International School etc. Classteacher, with its various learning programmes provides a holistic approach to the students as well as the teachers to make education more receptive and an enriching experience.

Seeing the phenomenal change and progress of the students, Srinivas, chairman of SSB International School said, “It feels great to see the response of the students in the class now. Students no more shy away to reply to the questions and actively participate in classroom discussions. With Classteacher, we have provided the learning programmes in more than sixty classrooms as we believe that it is imperative to provide digital interactive classrooms at all levels of education, so as to make it accessible to all students and maximise their learning horizon.”

Rohit Pande, CEO of Classteacher Learning Systems said, “The role of technology is to prepare students to adapt to the fast changing world, through personalised and interactive learning. Technology and our latest innovation — classpad, a new generation educational tablet which works in conjunction with Digital Interactive Classrooms and Assessment components to create an adaptive learning  experience for the students. We are positive that these technology-aided programmes will provide result-oriented, focused and a holistic approach to education.”

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