Unthinkable Solutions launches classroom.live app making it easy for teachers to teach and students to learn despite lockdown
New Delhi: Unthinkable Solutions has launched the classroom.live app which lets teachers teach & students learn remotely, without a laptop and in low internet bandwidth areas. The app is available for download on the App Store and Play Store. Unthinkable Solutions understands that in this time of lockdown, teachers and students need innovative tools that can help them continue education despite schools being shut—the classroom.live app is such a tool. Using the easy to use app, students in every corner of India can learn remotely from teachers even when they don’t have access to a laptop or very high speed internet. The app stands out from other learning solutions because it gives students the freedom to learn anytime, anywhere, on any device and gives teachers a complete teaching solution with virtual classrooms, automatic attendance, secure logins and assignment & assessment features.. It is for these reasons that the app is being already being used by over 125 institutions across India.
While the Classroom.Live web platform was available before the launch of the app, many students couldn’t use it because they didn’t have laptops. Without a computer, such students had difficulty participating in online lessons. The number of school students who have smartphones greatly exceeds the number having laptops. Hence to bring learning to those who did not have a laptop, the classroom.live app was created.
The app is so well designed that it works seamlessly, even in regions where internet connectivity is poor. Students living in tier 3 & tier 4 cities or rural areas still enjoy classroom sessions that are as smooth any those delivered in regions that have outstanding connectivity.
The app is not a web conferencing tool; it is far superior to such applications. Unlike web conferencing tools which are designed only to facilitate virtual meetings, the Classroom.Live app is intended to serve as a complete virtual campus. It was designed by professionals from inside a classroom which gave them the insights to develop a technology moulded to accommodate teachers rather than the other way around. Teachers who use classroom.live don’t have to spend hours to learn how to use the platform because it has been intuitively designed keeping their needs in mind.
With this design at its core, the platform makes teaching effortless and learning enjoyable. The platform allows teachers to easily create session material, take virtual classes, share notes and recorded lectures with their class, give assignments and grades tests given by students.
All student reports and attendance are also compiled automatically.
Also, the platform is intelligent enough to share with teachers details about specific areas where a student is struggling.
In short, it is a dynamic platform that has been designed to make teaching effortless and learning impactful.
Speaking about the launch of the app Mr. Vipul Sobti, Business Head, Unthinkable Solutions LLP said “We realise that lockdowns are affecting countless people across the country. Many students are missing crucial sessions. Lakhs of students enrolled in schools and coaching centres in the country can only learn remotely. However, remote learning poses challenges. Many students don’t have a laptop they can use to join virtual classrooms. For such students, the only available tool that can help them join virtual classes is their smartphone. That’s where the classroom.live app comes in. The app is designed to work on smartphones. Using the app, students across the country can join virtual classes and continue with their education. What makes the classroom.live app stand head and shoulders above any other teaching platform is its intuitive interface. It has been designed to serve as a virtual classroom which makes it far more effective as an education platform than web conferencing tools. Another remarkable feature of the app is that it works smoothly, even in areas where internet connectivity is poor. So students are assured a seamless virtual classroom environment regardless of where they live”.