The EkStep platform infrastructure and tools increases access to learning opportunities by facilitating interactions between content creators, learning facilitators, organisations and the learner across contexts and types of content
EkStep Platform for a primary level Learner is an application ('Genie') with learning content in numeracy and literacy (Indian languages and English) currently available on handheld Android devices. In the future, it would be available across diverse media.
A learning facilitator is a teacher, parent or a volunteer interested in enabling learning. The 'Genie' application, currently available on Android devices will have content in numeracy and literacy (Indian languages and English).
A school, a tuition centre, government or a not for profit initiative can use the EkStep Portal to access a modular set of utilities and tools for diverse use.
Educationists, authors and content developers can create or plug learning content in numeracy and literacy (stories,worksheets, simulations, games) on to the EkStep Platform through the EkStep Portal.
EkStep enables interactions within an ecosystem to create learning opportunities
Numeracy and Indian languages namely stories, games, simulations, videos, exploratory and practice content.
Content consumed by learning facilitators, children, across digital and non-digital platforms both offline and online.
Data and analytics used by ecosystem with insights into learner actions, learning gaps and the consumption of content.