Learning Accelerate Initiatives is a non-profit education organization that believes in making a difference in education through personalized learning and ensuring that students learn with understanding.
Research has proven that children today respond to rote-based questions relatively well, however, they fail to answer unfamiliar or application-based questions due to unclear core concepts. Our aim is to address this fundamental problem by working and partnering with other organizations in the education industry.
We believe in learning through understanding, so that the education lasts the students for a lifetime as a tool to help them in all their endeavours.
Learning Accelerate undertakes initiatives in the areas of education of underprivileged children with an emphasis on learning achievement and use of digital media for education. We also help Corporate Organizations and Foundations achieve their Social goals. Learning Accelerate will work with your CSR teams to implement personalized & blended learning in low-income learning environments. Partnering with Learning Accelerate enables companies to support education in a way that’s impactful, sustainable, and replicable.
A diagnostic and benchmarking assessment that determines a student's level of conceptual understanding of subjects taught in school. It generates detailed reports highlighting students' strengths and areas that need improvement..
ASSET stands for Assessment of Scholastic Skills through Educational Testing, is an international benchmarking test , developed by researchers at Educational Initiatives, for grades 3 to 10.
It tells you where your school stands and where every child in your school stands. The test is conducted once a year in the school for Math, English, Science. Aligned to all the major education boards, ASSET Benchmarks the student’s performance against peers all over the country.
It is a scientifically designed, skill-based assessment test. Rather than testing rote learning, it uses multiple-choice questions to focus on measuring how well SKILLS and CONCEPTS underlying the school syllabus have been understood by the student.