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Oxford University Press launches 'Oxford Advantage'

Updated: Nov 25, 2016 16:53 IST

New Delhi [India], Nov 25 (ANI): Oxford University Press (OUP) on Friday announced the launch of Oxford Advantage, an integrated learning solution that will provide schools with a comprehensive educational tool kit that will serve as an end- to- end solution for their various educational needs.

Oxford Advantage is aligned to the CBSE board curriculum and as part of its holistic approach includes curriculum content both in print and digital mediums. It also includes lesson plans, question banks, test generator, teacher training and professional development modules, assessment tools for use in school and at home, apps for students, teachers and parents and provision for reports among other features help track the students' progress throughout the academic year.

Oxford Advantage is based on a distinctive approach that is centered on the concept of integrated or blended learning its modules are designed to be cross-disciplinary, theme and activity-based, aid conceptual learning all of which will be delivered through differentiated learning strategies that are supported with reports and analytics.

"Oxford Advantage is a product of OUP's in-house innovation designed to deliver on almost every element of modern-day school education through digitally-rich interactive learning resources combined with print content. Based on cross-disciplinary and theme-based learning modules, this solution will enable superior learning outcomes for CBSE schools in the country," said Managing Director Oxford University Press India, Sivaramakrishnan V.

"Oxford Advantage focuses heavily on the teacher community given the pivotal role they play in the Indian school education system, by helping them maintain an ascending learning curve through a sustained, planned program of professional development and training workshops," added Sivaramakrishnan.

Oxford Advantage is designed to OUP quality standards and will be offered for classes I to III in the current year, going up to class eight over the next two years. Subjects being offered for classes I and II are English, Hindi, EVS and Mathematics; while class three subjects include English, Hindi, Science, Social Studies and Mathematics. (ANI)