New Delhi [India], Oct 12 (ANI
-NewsVoir): Evoxyz Technologies, a prominent IoT Technology Solution Company, participated in Maple Bear India's first Annual National Convention 2016.
The event was hosted by Maple Bear, a Canadian Early childhood education and Elementary program globally present in 14 countries with over 200 schools.
Maple Bear aims to bring the best of Canadian education practices in a child-centric environment. The Convention Meet emphasized on Canadian excellence in early learning programs for children.
At the conference which was like Mini India with the franchise owners, principals and prominent leaders from Maple Bear schools with representatives of its 87 centers in India over 20 cities, Rodney Briggs (Chairman and President Maple Bear Global Schools), Alok Kumar Modi (Chairman Maple Bear India) Hazel Siromani (MD Maple Bear India).
Shilpa Mahna Bhatnagar (CEO Evoxyz Technologies) participated at this convention actively engaging with various participants from India and Canada
on How Technology can play a pivotal role in issues of child security and pedagogy compliance.
In the interaction the leaders of various Maple Bear schools offered a fresh, invigorating vision on how electronic surveillance is the most effective way to adhere to/review the school's pedagogy in the digital age. Using data analytics and location tracking, schools can make research-and-analytics-backed decisions for efficient security and learning compliance at a pre-school level.
Abhishek Singh, CTO, Evoxyz
Technologies said, "We are immensely proud to be associated with Maple Bear India. Preschool and Early years play a very instrumental in preparing a child for his or her entire tenure of schooling. It is essential that schools provide a nurturing and secure environment for the kids.
Today, schools can use technology for reviewing performance and pedagogy compliance through data analytics and location tracking. Moreover, analytics data in location monitoring along with transparency between parents and schools helps amplify the culture of comfort and trust, which is crucial for parents, children and schools alike."
Hazel Siromoni, MD, Maple Bear
India commented, "I believe that technology when used responsibly with a purpose in the interest of the child can complement each other and integrated seamlessly". (ANI