Multi-sensory Language Learning with ReadToMe Student Edition

What is Multi-sensory Learning? Multi-sensory learning involves the use of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic-tactile pathways to enhance retention and learning of language. There is significant evidence from neuroscience that multi-sensory learning is an effective method for language acquisition.  To understand why multi-sensory learning is one of the most effective student engagement strategies, it’s important to understand how our minds work. […]

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Teaching English Online To Government School Students

RightToRead, an edtech program, is an effort to demonstrate that technology that supports reading and comprehension can play a major role in enhancing English proficiency of students in government schools. The initiative aims to enable English literacy in India (and globally) with the help of multi-sensory reading and comprehension AI software– ReadToMe® (research indicates, language is learnt best when learners […]

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The Maharashtra Miracle: Just A Step Away from Total Transformation

In 2014, a silent revolution began in Maharashtra. An initiative that would change the face of English reading and comprehension in government schools in the state, commenced when EnglishHelper & Schoolnet launched an English literacy initiative – RightToRead – in 125 government schools in Aurangabad, Beed, and Jalna districts of Maharashtra. Under the RightToRead program, a multi-sensory reading and comprehension […]

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The Current Crisis, Technology & the Future

Humans can express an infinite set of ideas using a limited set of language symbols. Language Acquisition is the process by which humans acquire the ability to perceive, communicate and comprehend in a language. Children learn their First Language in stages, beginning with babbling and gradually achieve complete linguistic comprehensibility. Second-Language Acquisition is a different process from learning the first […]

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An EdTech English Literacy Initiative in Assam | RightToRead

RightToRead is an edtech initiative for the enhancement of English literacy of government school students. The program is aimed at enabling English literacy globally with the help of a multi-sensory AI-powered reading and comprehension software–ReadToMe®. RightToRead started in 2013 with 100 schools across 6 states in India. In 2015, the program expanded to 5,000 schools reaching 1 million students in […]

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Technology in Education: Shaping the Future of English Literacy in Haryana

Studies around the world have highlighted the increasing importance of technology in education. The assimilation of technology in education has benefits that span across education levels and geographies. Incorporating technology in education might have met with a lot of resistance initially, but research shows that countries that embraced technology in education could enhance learning outcomes in schools. It would not […]

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Early Echoes of the Beautiful Sound of Children Reading in Uttarakhand | ReadToMe®

Keywords: English Literacy | Reading and Comprehension | EdTech | Technology in the Classroom | ReadToMe® Uttarakhand, India’s youngest Himalayan state came into existence on 9th November 2000. It was carved out of the mountainous regions of Uttar Pradesh and became the 27th state of the Indian subcontinent.   Uttarakhand is known for its picturesque hill stations, pilgrim sites (devbhoomi), forests […]

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RightToRead: An English Literacy Initiative in West Bengal

Over the past decade, research conducted across government schools confirms that India has a major reading and comprehension skill problem. This issue is across languages i.e. the first language (often mother tongue) and second/ third languages as per school curriculum.  According to ASER 2016, only 45.2% of children from grade 8 could read simple sentences in English. This is a […]

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Tech-Enabled English Literacy Initiative in Andhra Pradesh | RightToRead

English Proficiency in Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh is the 7th largest state in the country with a population of almost 50 million people. Around 4 million students are enrolled in government and government-aided schools in the state. Over the years, though enrolment has increased in schools there is still much work to be done to improve learning outcomes. A large […]

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An EdTech Reading and Comprehension Solution for Students | Tamil Nadu

RightToRead – A Technology Enabled Initiative for English Reading and Comprehension Tamil Nadu has over 46,000 government schools with 10 million school-going children. English has been introduced as a second language from grade 1. Similar to the English challenge in other regions, students in Tamil Nadu government schools struggle with learning English. In 2013, the RightToRead program was implemented in […]

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