ConveGenius and Punjab Government Sign MoU to Strengthen Blended Learning Program
The partnership aims at reducing the gap for students who have inadequate learning resources due to the shutting down of schools during the pandemic
Social EdTech platform ConveGenius has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Punjab government, expanding the efforts to provide quality education to the students in the state. The association will strengthen the Department of School Education’s blended learning program. The courses for primary grades (1st to 5th) will be launched on the 16th of August in the state.
The EdTech model is implemented through weekly assessments for learning. It motivates students to learn at their own pace, following the curriculum in the state. The aim is to reduce the learning gap among students from the low-resource setting and cover for the slide that has occurred due to the shutdown of schools with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The weekly assessments on the platform identify the weak points of the student and then provide content recommendations based on the work required in those particular areas. It enables every stakeholder in the education system of the state to monitor student performances from an individual level to the district level. It helps them curate better teaching practices.
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