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Here’s why Akshara’s parents believe in tech-enabled learning

Team StoryWeavers|October 25, 2019|

 

Akshara Choudhary, a ninth-grader from Gargi Girls School, Meerut, is a tech-lover. From catching up with her friends on WhatsApp to playing video games on TV, Akshara’s life revolves around technology. And for studies, she relies on BYJU’S – The Learning App

In our recent conversation with Akshara and her parents, we got to know how BYJU’S unique teaching methods have shown a remarkable change in Akshara’s study pattern, how the learning app has helped her become a smart learner, and what her parents think about tech-enabled learning. 

Click here to watch our interview with Akshara and her parents.

Kajal Choudhary, Akshara’s mother, said, “Now, I understand the importance of visual learning, and how it can help Akshara develop her listening skills and increase her concentration levels. BYJU’S is fulfilling all these requirements by helping her find innovative ways of learning.”

She further adds, “We all know that technology is here to stay, and we should make the best use of it. With the perfect blend of right guidance and correct learning platform, I feel that students can match with this fast-paced world and become smart learners.”

We wish Akshara the best for her future endeavors.

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