Edtech platform develops free experiential

Learning App “NRICH” , Dedicated to enhancing critical thinking and logical reasoning skills in young children., an Edutech company, has announced the launch of its free app named “NRICH,” universally accessible to all students. NRICH publishes thought-provoking content across subjects like Math, Science, Geography, History, Computing, Politics, and Economics.

The app is easy to access with handy video links and research references; it also provides a glossary of terms in each article that helps improve reading comprehension and increases one’s vocabulary.

The app is free and is available on both iOS and Android platforms. Currently, it is only available in English, but the company expects to launch the app in multiple Indian
languages soon.

The app promotes the company’s “six steps to discovery” to analyze
real word problems. These six steps are: Connect, Wonder, Investigate, Construct, Express and Reflect. The app has an active poll on a pertinent question of debate based on the article, and readers can vote and see how the overall community of readers is voting on the topic.

The company is dedicated to developing products and services that enhance young children’s critical thinking and logical reasoning skills. Ultimately, the goal is to improve young children’s critical thinking and logical skills. For way too long, early “education” has been defined too narrowly, thus promoting a way of thinking that is only about exams and test scores rather than being valuable for out-of-classroom contexts and purposes, with little preparation for the real world and facing real-world challenges. The app was developed in Hyderabad, India, where the
company’s technology team is based.
” We are delighted to announce the launch of our app for young minds, the future citizens of the 21st century, who ought to think critically and come up with solutions for the challenges of the 21st century to sustain life and humanity. The free app is a small contribution of to ignite the change in our future generations” said Ms. Anuradha Uboweja, Country head-India,
Speaking on the app launch, Mr. Nax Reddy, CEO & MD of the company, said, “We believe the future belongs to thinkers; we only need to ask our children the right questions and present them with the right facts. Our children can only solve problems like climate change, global warming, and global hunger if we allow them the freedom to explore and expand moonshot ideas. And that is exactly what NRICH aims to do.”
This article was shared with Prittle Prattle News as a Press Release.
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