Teacher’s Utopia: A step towards a perfect education world!

The Indian school education system is one of the largest and most complex education systems in the world with over 1.5 million schools, two-third of which are run by the government. According to a 2018 Annual Status of Education (ASER) report, one in four students in Class VIII cannot even read a Class II text. The quality of education in government run schools is a major problem. This crisis has worsened in the aftermath of the covid-19 pandemic.

So, what can we do?

The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 says that experiential learning can be one of the key tools to improve the quality of education. Experiential learning involves students directly in the teaching-learning process by encouraging activity-based learning. While this sounds like a proven effective way to improve the quality of education, implementation is a huge challenge. Teachers are not trained efficiently and appropriate content is not available to use.

We, at Caring with Colour, have come up with a technology-based solution for this challenge and launched our mobile app named Teachopia.

While the app serves students, parents, government functionaries etc, teachers are the focal point in the design of this solution. As the name indicates, it is a utopia (an imagined place or state of things in which everything is perfect) for teachers.