At TIDE, we work with all learning spaces. These could range from government schools, to low income private schools and alternate learning spaces. The number could range from one to a few to ten thousand schools.
We understand the specific needs of the learning environment and empower every stakeholder along the way, using technology as a tool to achieve this objective. Our focus is on working with Government agencies to enable learning for the under privileged.
This is where we work
The Ananda Lahari Abhyasana programme is a product of an exclusive collaboration between RiVER (Rishi Valley institute for Educational Resources), TIDE, and the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh. This collaboration has resulted in the multi-grade, multi-level approach adopted across Grades 1 to 5 in 1500 government elementary schools across the state.
PALEC (Programme d'amelioration de la lecture, l'écriture et le calcule) is a collaborative effort between TIDE, India and the Ministry of Education, Govt. of Cote d'Ivoire, to improve the quality of rural education for Ivoirian children and achieving learning outcomes. In 5 community schools, it focuses on reading, writing, and Arithmetic, in French. This initiative has been undertaken as part of the TRECC (Transformer L'Education Dans les Communautes de Cacao) programme. TIDE is engaged in curriculum development (optimal mix of offline + online learning), teacher training, implementation and support.
The KhuShi programme or Khushal Bharit Shikshan, is a collaborative effort between the Government of Goa and TIDE Learning. In 25 government schools across the state, it focuses on the state’s primary education, specifically grades 1 and 2, and the pedagogical practices inside the classroom. It is a multi-grade, multi-level programme, already a reality in Goa, enabled by self-paced, grouped learning supported by technology.
In Karnataka, India, there is an ongoing effort to develop a revised curriculum for children of 3 to 8 years that ensures age appropriateness. It aims to be a strong readiness programme to prepare children for smooth integration into primary schools, which run Nali Kali - an activity-based learning programme focused on competency-based learning. In 2019, Government of Karnataka introduced a 2 year ECE programme in 276 Karnataka public schools to implement this curriculum. On invitation from UNICEF and SSK, TIDE teams develop curriculum for the age groups 3 to 6, train teachers, supply classroom TLM, and implement a monitoring solution for the ECE programme.