Mexus Education has partnered with St. Xavier’s group of Schools in Uttar Pradesh to complement the learning environment and philosophy of the Group. These schools have opted for technology integration to further leverage the creativity of students by creating a complete learning environment. This partnership would complement the learning system that offers adequate opportunity to every learner to avail quality education transcending textbook education..
All the 45 schools of The Group spread over Varanasi, Allahabad, Lucknow and other areas in Uttar Pradesh have opted for digitisation through partnership with Mexus. These schools have opted for complete school solutions including Iken Library for a digital classroom, Iken Evaluate for remote-based objective test, Iken Learning Labs to introduce hands-on conceptual understanding. This partnership would build upon the learning standards by supporting teachers to teach the concepts in the classroom with the help of interesting animations, videos, real-life concept applications that enhance involvement of students in the lessons.
Speaking about the partnership, Anil Goyal, Director; Mexus Education said “The ultimate objective of education is to prepare students for the rapidly changing and thereby unpredictable economy and jobs. Mexus Education works with schools across India to ensure that all children have access to effective education. Engaging contexts, activities and content formats of new education create an experience in itself. Partnership with St. Xavier’s Group of Schools is a milestone in taking the technology-education integration to the grass-roots.”
Sandeep Kumar, Director, St. Xavier’s Group of Schools adds “Channeling students as they grow would ensure that the country grows in the long run. Our learning practices supported by Iken School Ecosystem will orient children to use their creativity and learn with context. Contextual learning gears children to continually find applications of their learning as progress in their careers and life; automatically improving the recall.”
New teaching practices would include supplementing the classroom sessions with the real life, application-based activities in the dedicated experiential lab – the Iken Learning Lab & preparing students to exchange thoughts on global platform with Iken English Lab.