21K School- India’s First Online School, today announced their association with Century, an award-winning AI-based platform for offering flexibility in learning and teaching for its students and teachers respectively. Providing access to intelligent tools for educators and learners alike, Century innovatively combines scientific acumen with artificial intelligence and neuroscience to deliver empirical assessment data that can aid in improving the quality and technique of educating the next generation.
In line with 21K School’s vision, the Century Platform provides differentiated learning paths for each student based on the child’s academic progress. Learning nuggets are generated by AI or assigned by teachers to ensure that the child is challenged and constantly growing in his understanding of each concept ensuring flexibility and personalisation of lesson plans.
Commenting on the collaboration with Century, Yeshwanth Raj Parasmal- Co-founder and Director of 21K School said, “As pioneers of the online schooling industry in India, we are honoured to partner with Century, a global leader that is revolutionizing the education industry internationally. A personalised and flexible learning system is the future of education in India, and we are proud to be at the helm of this transformation.”
He further added, “From here on, 21K School’s pupils will have access to all the relevant data points that will allow them to analytically evaluate their strengths and build on them. Similarly, our teachers will have access to some of the most advanced educational tools powered by Ai and neuroscience that will help them review student-learning trajectory efficiently, along with devising techniques to accelerate the learning process.”
The Century Platform is integrated into the 21K Learning Platform and offers ease and convenience of use for teachers and students. More than 175 teachers at 21K School recently completed their training with the Century team from the UK. More importantly, it allows teachers to have a data-driven view of a student’s academic progress and negates subjective viewpoints on students’ growth.