Education

Learners India launches teaching app to monitor student’s online classes

Our Bureau Kochi | Updated on April 30, 2021

MySchool will also help spot each learner’s skills and develop them on an individual basis

An IT firm has come up with a personalisedTeaching App with a unique feature facilitating teachers to monitor students during online classes, thus ensuring the effectiveness of classes.

Kerala-based Learners India foresees the use of the novel ‘MySchool’ in post-Covid times as well, given that regular classes in future will be hybrid, the company said.

The pioneering app, which can be employed in both schools and colleges, permits re-tuning the course material to the tastes of students. MySchool will also help spot each learner’s skills and develop them on an individual basis, according to officials with Learners India that provides teachers futuristic e-tools in changing academic times.

One can download the MySchool App and can program it to suit their institution. It has features to support students to excel in curricular as well as co-curricular activities. Its principal dashboard facilitates the head of the school or college to get live feedback of all the teaching activities under him or her, they said.

Customised offering

What’s more, the institution employing MySchool can project one’s own name as the software facilitates programming the app to individual needs. The platform features an instant messaging system for a private communication system within the stakeholders of the school and also has features to link the mentors who can offer special resources from anywhere in the world for the students.

Learners India will provide installation support and users’ training to all institutions aspiring to use MySchool. The company further notes that the app, besides giving teachers new ways to engage students in the learning process, enables parents to track and evaluate their children’s learning graph in real time.

Published on April 30, 2021

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