XSEED launches XSEED MAX at “School of Tomorrow” conference – Mint Reports
XSEED, a global learning company, on Saturday launched an education technology solution called XSEED MAX that blends hands-on and digital learning in classrooms and allows parents to track each child’s results. The Singapore-based firm aims to expand its presence to 10,000 schools in India by 2020 from roughly 3,000 currently, its founder said.
The new edu-tech solution launched at XSEED’s ninth School of Tomorrow conference involves schools that follow the firm’s curriculum conducting a weekly digital learning class in mathematics and science based on its teaching methods for grades 1-8. At these weekly classes, children focus on 25 critical concepts in both subjects, one concept at a time.