Digital Content Aggregation, Licencing and Development


Curriculum and Assessment

Modern curricular frameworks, when aligned with effective assessments, are essential elements of education transformation. Teachers can incorporate digital skills resources into diverse learning models and teaching strategies to engage students. New assessment methods can then be used to adjust learning and teaching methods in real time, making assessment a cornerstone of the framework to improve student outcomes.



  • Broaden access to resources and experiences
    • Enable students in rural areas and other undeserved regions to access high quality educational resources
  • Engage students in active learning
    • Replace lectures with individual and group work such as online discussions and content that integrate formative assessments
    • Use digital stimulations and visualizations to make abstract concepts easier to understand.
    • Develop students’ understanding of multiple perspectives through educational games.
  • Maximize students’ and teachers’ time
    • Automate students’ routine activities and use class time to develop higher order skills
  • Provide individualized, differentiated instruction
    • Use adaptive learning environments and diverse resources to meet each student’s
    • Use formative assessments to give students immediate feedback that increases learning and helps them move through a learning progression more efficiently
  • Enable personalization, adaptive and blended learning
    • Offer a "buffet" of resources that align with curriculum goals, enabling students to shape their learning path to reflect their interests.


  • Empower students to learn anywhere and work more autonomously, whether individually, in small groups or as a class.
  • Analyze and understand each student's progress towards mastery, and apply evidence based teaching strategies that address individual learning styles, interests, pace of learning, degree of content mastery, and special requirements
  • Bring the world into the classroom, having students use video conferencing to interview and collaborate with outside experts and partner schools
  • Extend learning beyond the school's walls, managing student internships and community projects
  • Provide innovative ways for students to demonstrate what they have learned
  • Activate students to sysntesize what they have learnt and use higher order thinking and creativity skills to build new content


  • Conduct learning activities that would otherwise be impossible or impractical, such as creating and interacting with a simulated climate model, or conducting virtual experiments without the need for expensive equipment and time-consuming set up
  • Use virtual laboratories and educational gaming software to simulate, explore, and understand scientific concepts, solve challenging problems and more
  • Engage with complex text, identify key points, and use evidence to support a thesis
  • Conduct virtual conversations and broadcast sessions with experts and peers
  • Partcipate in virtual field trips
  • Learn to filter and evaluate resources, develop the skills they will need as life long learners
  • Access learning resources as and when they need them