Kolkata: Educomp Solutions Ltd., India’s largest education company and the pioneers of Smartclass education in India, held its education development School Conclave in Kolkata in presence of Mr. Rakesh Dhahiya Senior Vice President, Educomp Solutions Ltd who discussed on The new technology platform SmartSTEM, and how it can create an eco-system which schools can use to deliver, monitor and meet outcome targets in Science and Mathematics
The Educomp School Conclave is an annual initiative by Educomp to discuss the key challenges faced by today’s education system. The Conclave seeks to help schools identify, discuss and solve key issues facing them in imparting high quality education. The School Conclave involves educationists, principals and school management from various city schools to discuss and find solutions to key challenges for schools of the 21st century.
Over 50 principals of leading schools in Kolkata attended the School Conclave to jointly discuss the problems and possible solutions.This year the theme was Science and Mathematics. Based onearlier held interactive discussions with principals and administrators on filling some of the critical gaps in education delivery that schools today face, participants were exposed to new technology platform that can create an eco-system that schools can use to deliver, monitor and meet outcome targets in Science and Mathematics.
On the occasion, the school community of Kolkata got a chance to witness Educomp’s latest offering in innovative learning called Smart STEM.
Educomp Smart STEM brings a whole new perspective to Science and Mathematics by evolving and embracing a learning mechanism that is globally recognized and followed – STEM education. This works towards building a sound knowledge base in areas of science & mathematics by integrating them into the curriculum through a cohesive learning approach. Smart STEM is a unique teaching tool that focuses on Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. It is a unique blend of technology with traditional teaching methods, in which the teacher lead tools enables in-depth learning for students via 3D animations, 3D interactivities and simulations. The students grasp the content by watching realistic 3D animations, simulation and engage in quizzes and 2D/3D interactivities to apply that learning.
Speaking on the sidelines of the School Conclave, Indrajit Mazumdar, State Business Head, at Educomp Solutions Ltd. said, “The aim of the Educomp School Conclave is to update schools with the latest teaching modules and technologies. The Conclave looks to enable the educators to be future-ready with state of the art technology integration, which will revolutionize the way education is imparted. STEM education is a concept-driven approach that strengthens a student’s analytical skills, problem-solving abilities and enables creative thinking that helps them pursue excellence in different fields in these subjects. We are happy to introduce schools in Kolkata to Educomp Smart STEM which aims to make experiential learning of Science and Mathematics both fun and insightful.”
Over 4000 schools across India are expected to participate in this year’s Educomp School Conclaves.To be held across 85 Indian cities/towns the conclaves will cover all four regions of the country as well as the North East. Representatives from schools will be taken through extensive models and presentations to inform, educate and update the education fraternity on the benefits of SmartSTEM and how this teacher-led program enables in-depth learning for students via 3D animations and interactive modules.
Some of the schools who participated in this conclave are- P B Academy, The Aryan School, Stem World, Abbot Sishu Hall, Loreto House, St Augustine School, Vidya Varati Girls (New Alipur, Mouminpur, Behala) Bhawanipur Gujrati Education Society, St. Joseph & Mary’s school, Hind Motor Education Centre, Harrow School, New Town School, National Model High School, New York Public School, St. Merry School, De Paul School, Saifee School, shri shikshayatan school, Guidance Academy, Indira Gandhi Memorial School, Kolkata Seventh-day Adventist school, laxmipat singhania school, Sri Sri Academy etc.