Practically School Solution: Free app for students and teachers; know all about it

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The teaching process has become more convenient and engaging, thanks to the Practically app which provides free virtual teaching material.

The app offers 3,000+ videos and 1,000+ Simulations & Augmented Reality (AR) to teachers. Other features include reports, test-preps, polls, analytics, assigning homework, etc.

Thus, these features allow teachers to closely monitor the progress of each student.

Charu Noheria, Co-Founder & COO, Practically said: “Schools like Dr. KKR’s Gowtham Schools and GEMS -The Millennium School have benefited greatly from Practically’s unique experience of School-from-Home.”

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Avinash Kosaraju, Director, Dr KKR Gowtham Group of Schools said: “Practically School Solution is absolutely a one-stop shop. When we started using Practically, our teachers were extremely satisfied with the experience.”

“Later on, we realised that students were performing better. They found the gamification and AR videos to be so fascinating that they were better able to retain and apply what they studied.”

“Many of them have also gone on to use Practically outside of school hours because parents have found them to be beneficial for after-school learning as well.”

Meanwhile, Supriya Jadhav, Vice Principal, Vishwanath Karad, Pune, Latur and Indore said, “Covid hit us hard. We had to shut down our campus and only recently did we reopen.”

“Practically helped us tide over the challenges we faced in keeping classes going while we all worked and studied from home.”

“The virtual classrooms, with videos and simulations, quizzes and assessments encouraged teachers and students alike.”

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“The app’s exhaustive content library, scheduling and test prep, etc. were all ready when we started using it.”

Interestingly, 13,500 teachers across 130 schools in India and abroad are currently using Practically.

Over 50 of these are in the home market of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana alone.

The app is available to download on both Apple Store and Google Play Store.

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