Impactful interventions across the education system

Communities | Educators | Students | Anganwadi workers | Diverse education stakeholders


Jaipur and Sanganer in Rajasthan

This program focused on enhancing Anganwadi workers' knowledge of Early Childhood Care and Education, including an enhanced knowledge of teaching strategies and optimized use of recycled resources to engage children in Literacy & Numeracy. The program modules also focused on developing knowledge about the use of play-based methods to teach foundational concepts

Participants showed a 20% improvement in post-Program assessments. Notably, the lowest pre-assessment score, for “Domains of Development & Learning,” showed marked improvement, indicating that an in-depth training on the fundamentals of ECCE can be helpful to bridge knowledge gaps.


Siddharth Nagar in Uttar Pradesh

The goal of the program was to empower Anganwadi Workers with holistic knowledge to provide for children in the community, and to help them adapt to a teaching-learning methodology that is more hands-on, experiential, and play-based. The training sessions were multilingual, contextualized, and included a mixed bag of training methods, with training resources provided in the form of digital self-study material Post-program assessments saw participants show an improvement of over 17% during this 4-day workshop.


Chhattisgarh Government Schools

Square Panda India conducted a study with students across grades 1-5 from 7 schools in Dhamtari, Chhattisgarh over 5 weeks. These students were first generation learners with no access to education outside the school.
In week 1, pre-assessments showed weak reading and comprehension skills. By week 2, 80% students answered reading questions correctly, and 76% of them answered comprehension questions correctly.
Our final assessment showed 300% improvement in word reading, and 125% improvement in sentence reading.


Akanksha Foundation

Our intervention with this non-profit organisation, with SKG and Grade 1 children from low-income communities. Students were introduced to multiple Square Panda India programs, for 15 minutes a day, 5 days a week. The students improved across skills, right from month 1.
We conducted assessments each month, while exploring different teaching-learning methods. By the end of the study, children had become more confident and interested in learning, with weaker students showing progress of 44%. There was considerable improvement in literacy outcomes & students could independently use tablets leading to digital literacy in students.


BMC Schools

This pilot had children from BMC schools use only our application, without any external intervention. Grade 2 students spent 15 minutes a day with our early literacy program, 4-5 times a week.
In the beginning, we saw that reading and comprehension were the weakest skills, similar to what we observed in Chhattisgarh. Our final assessment showed an overall improvement of 75% in reading skills, and our interactive, digital game-based learning system piqued learners curiosity.


Sitapur & Chitrakoot Districts In Uttar Pradesh

These districts conducted a comprehensive Teacher Training Program for primary grade teachers in government schools. Through a 60-hour program, educators were introduced to 5 modules, namely Early Childhood Care & Education, Teaching methodologies for Literacy & Numeracy, Classroom management, English language proficiency training, and Information and Communication Technologies Development. Our hands-on training approach helped educators understand how to apply different concepts in the classroom, with post-program assessments showing a 47.83% improvement in teaching methodology, a 44.38% improvement in classroom management, and a 43% improvement in ECCE.


Bastar, Tokpal and Bastanaar, Jagdalpur, and Bakawand districts in Chhattisgarh

This first-of-its-kind teacher training program in Chhattisgarh’s Bastar district with a focus on English Language Proficiency training aimed to improve language skills, including grammar, for academic, personal, and professional purposes. 
The Program provided educators with an opportunity to improve their Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing skills through multiple theme-based tasks and activities, and teachers showed a remarkable improvement of over 28% in post-program assessments.

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