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Mastery Assessments

Mastery Assessments is the simplest and the most powerful method to make sure that students master a difficult concept taught to them before you teach the next difficult topic.

Through a series of enjoyable and high-quality questions and instant feedback, you will notice your students gaining in-depth understanding. All this, without the children needing a physical device. This program keeps teachers and students naturally motivated to show an improvement in learning.


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Thinking Classrooms

If we shout on the Moon can we hear ourselves? Can you design the diet for Virat Kohli? How will our lives change if the Earth were to switch gravity off?

Thinking classroom is every Science teacher’s dream come true. Imagine a classroom where teaching begins with a questions, teacher uses questions to gamify classroom discussions and where students deliberate on thought-provoking case studies.

Transform your classrooms into ‘Thinking Classrooms’ – a place where children think and enjoy learning.


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April30, 2021
by Apoorva

Q#16 Which car would you buy? Winners Announced

Dear School leaders, For MTLT#16, we asked you this question: A car company made two cars- I and II. Their crash tests are as shown. Which car would you like to purchase if safety is the priority? (As


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