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Classteacher Learning Systems Launches its “Classpad’ in Guwahati

Team YS
8th May 2012
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Debasish Biswas of Star TV marks the launch of “a new generation tablet for personalized and interactive teaching & learning”Classteacher Learning Systems, frontrunners of Digital Interactive Solutions for K -12 today announced the launch of its latest innovation –Classpad. Classpad facilitates personalized and interactive learning in the classroom and makes education accessible to every student according to his/ her individual intelligence level and talent. Using the Classpad, teachers can transfer class work to the students’ tablet, share their own content instantly and conduct tests/ assessments. Students can also give undivided attention to class lessons, attempt assessments and get immediate results to further enhance their learning.

Sameer Buti, Executive Director and Co-founder of Classteacher Learning Systems announced the launch in presence of guest of honor Mr. Debasish Biswas- VP & Head- Institutional Alliances Star TV at Sanskriti –The Gurukul School. Classpad is India’s first education tablet focused on adaptive and personalized learning and provides educational solutions 'mapped to Indian and international curricula'.

Speaking at the launch, Sameer Buti, Executive Director and Co-founder of Classteacher Learning Systems said, “The education system in our country does not differentiate students according to their individual learning capabilities and teach all of them at the same level. Classpad has in-built software that tests students’ problem solving, creativity and application of language skills, thereby facilitating interactive learning and reducing the monotony of repetitive sessions in the classroom. Classpad can help to categorize students as fast learners, average learners and slow learners thereby providing each student with personalized teaching in line with their learning capabilities. Using the tablet, teachers can also complete their syllabus within schedule and get considerable time to focus on slow learners.

He further added, “currently, we have deployed Classpads in more than 25 schools pan India and in North East we have tied up with 3 schools viz, Shishu Nishtha Niketan – Imphal; Sanskriti - the Gurukul and The Modern English School - Guwahati. We hope this new wave of technology in schools will set a benchmark for quality education in the North East region and open doors to more such learning possibilities for students.”

Available for students in standard 3 to 12, Classpad can serve as an interactive e-reading device, with the capability of storing dozens of books. Equipped with distinctive software that is designed to integrate smoothly with existing school platforms, Classpad can easily be connected to the interactive whiteboards. The Classpad is available in 2 models: Trolley model for multiple student usage and one Tablet per Child (OTPC) model.

Classpad offers three learning models - ‘In-class’, using which teachers can effortlessly transfer class work, tests and home assignments to the students’ tablet; ‘In-school’, for out-of-class learning; and, ‘In-home’, for parents to monitor children’s school and home work.

Using the tablet, students can download 7000 education applications on the cloud. Classpad has a touch screen with a 7 hour battery life, 1.2 Ghz processing speed and a built-in memory of 8 GB expandable upto 32 Gb.

Classpad provides seamless integration between school and home. Powered by an adaptive technology engine,Classpad works both on the cloud and the school server.

More on their website.

 

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