This pandemic has brought with itself the urgent need to reimagine the teaching and learning landscape. Therefore, we aim to create a new narrative by responding to such situations both mindfully and empathetically.
It is important to understand how simple technology can carve learning paths to engage students and encourage adaptive learning.
It is important to design empathy driven systems which promise equal access and optimize reach to all sections of the society.
For a better future, it is imperative to ensure that remote learning becomes more inclusive, accessible and empathy driven.
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How it comes together!
School ki Ghanti is an initiative to educate under-privileged children aged 6-12 years, from distressed communities and low income house-holds through a storytelling routine, especially during the lockdown, in the times of Covid-19.
The target group are children with little or no access to internet or new media and the idea is to introduce a new fun learning tool to them.
Here, an Integrated Voice Response (IVR) system is deployed which uses phone calls to connect and narrate stories.
Since the inception of this initiative, conversations and collaborations with NGOs and individuals have provided great insight and channeled growth.
The collaborations aim at welcoming participatory efforts in order to drive change and reach diverse communities, partnering with and within new networks.