4 Apps to draw your kid towards smarter way of learning
With the world rapidly advancing towards digitalization every day, it is imperative to upgrade the skill sets so as to retain the employability value. For millennials, it has become quite a challenge to survive in the age of bots and make a place for themselves in the industry. India’s wake of growing digitally has led a massive transformation for all kinds of industries irrespective of their size. The time demands individuals to be more aware, informed and smart.
Academic learning for students is no more restricted to four walls of the classrooms. Now the kids can learn from anywhere at any given point of time. There are some amazing learning apps that will guide your child with smarter ways of learning- handy study material as per different school boards, courses like Data Analytics, Digital Marketing, ML, and Robotics, practice test for competitive exams of all sorts, instant feedback, topic wise video tutorials and much more.
1. Next Curriculum- If you are a student looking for smart and experiential learning for your next big exam, Next Curriculum App by Next Education is a one stop solution for K-12 sector. It has solutions backed up with 400 hours of video lessons, 2D & 3D animation to make learning experiential and fun, topic wise questions with solution, sample papers, question from All India Test Series and detailed performance report. In case of doubt, the online question-answer forum helps you in getting solution within 24-hours. In addition to this, Next Education provides next book, next mentor, next lab (robotics, English, Hindi, math, science) and pre-designed curriculum for facilitating better academic planning for teachers and students.
2. Notesgen: Notesgen is a platform that enables students and educators to sell and buy academic notes across 14 different categories. The application features educational content such as notes, study material, question papers, case studies and projects for engineering, medical, arts, management, law, commerce, CA, and CS, alongside others. The USP of Notesgen is, it facilitates peer-to-peer learning and help in engaging and connecting students across the world looking out for the ‘’topics’’ required to appendage competitive and academic exam preparation. On Notegen it’s easy to share content, develop peer network and experiment with different patterns of learning.
3. Enguru: It is an adaptive, on-the-go self-learning English and communication skills app that offers a variety of industry-specific English courses. The app chooses the level of training that the user needs based on an initial test that determines it using AI and ML technology. The adaptive engine keeps the content relevant and engaging and learning as efficient as possible. It offers training to users in 27 languages including Indian and foreign languages, – right from the basics to more complex conversations. Post the initial test, the app then develops a customized course for the user, which is split into short 15-minute modules.
4. Khan Academy
The Khan Academy app offers e-learning through thousands of videos and articles for subjects including math, economics, science, finance, grammar, history and more. It is too aimed for 6th to 12th grade students for both CBSE and ICSE boards. The app provides students with practice questions step by step hints and instant feedback. It also features Bookmark feature for easy navigation through content, offline access and device syncing between the app and khanacademy.org.