Educational Initiatives commences ASSET Digital Learning Programme from July 13th, 2020
Educational Initiatives (EI), India’s leading edtech company is commencing its 13th batch of ASSET Digital Learning Programme (ADLP) from July 13th, 2020 to July 24th, 2020. This two- week exclusive online programme is for academically gifted students from Grade 5 – 9 to ensure that there is continuity in learning, during the lockdown. ADLP will help students to take charge of their own learning and help them in creating habits to achieve excellence.
This programme is designed by renowned instructors and scholars with an objective to give gifted students a platform to deep dive into the concept that are not covered in the school curriculum. ADLP will address diverse thinking abilities in mathematical, computational, inclusivity, scientific, historical and design through courses like python programming, investigating world around us, scientific thinking, etc.
Students who have scored top percentile in ASSET Talent Search (ATS) assessment are eligible to register and attend this programme, as per the details below:
|Programme Schedule||July 13 – 24, 2020 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm|
|Link to register for the programme||https://www.assettalentsearch.com/|
|Contact Number||+91 955-877-7541|
About Educational Initiatives: Educational Initiatives (EI) is India’s leading edtech company. We leverage cutting-edge educational research and technology-based solutions to revolutionize the quality of learning in school (K-12) education. EI’s vision is to create a world where children everywhere are learning with understanding. Our products focus on diagnostic assessments and personalized learning and aim to support teachers and students to realise that vision. EI’s products – ASSET, Mindspark and Detailed Assessment – have been used by over 3500+ schools in India and have benefitted over 4 million students globally. EI also partners with corporate CSR bodies, international foundations and governments to conduct Large Scale Educational Programmes on learning outcomes, systemic capacity building and educational research. The team at EI consists of professionals having vast experience in the areas of question-making, misconception research, educational technology and closely working with schools and studying children’s learning capacity. A number of EI team members have taught in leading Indian schools and have been members of government committees on assessments and educational technology and teacher professional development.