Tata ClassEdge (TCE), a division of Tata Industries, the first EdTech organization in India to provide textbook-mapped content to Indian schools has now launched Studi. It is a direct-to-students learning solution, with a focus on planning, practice and concept mastery. Studi’s learning methods are built on the seven habits of independent learners. These include setting learning goals, understanding the big idea, revising, practicing, spacing practice sessions, testing and tracking progress.
“Studi has been designed to develop independent learners. Therefore, it focuses not just on what to study but how to study,” said Milind Shahane, CEO, TCE.
One of the key differentiators of Studi is its Adaptive Planner. “How much time should a child spend on a subject? How should he prepare for an upcoming class test? Which topics does the child need to pay more attention to? Through the Adaptive Planner, we address these questions, and set the child on an efficient study path to achieve his learning goals.” Another distinguishing feature is what the app refers to as the Big Idea. Essentially, it’s a short video at the beginning of every chapter that captures the main idea of the whole lesson.