HP Introduces New Artificial Intelligence-Based Learning Tools such as Digital Pedagogy Coach, Literacy Coach, and More for Students


Due to the coronavirus pandemic, moving from the physical classroom to online training, HP India has unveiled new technology solutions for using a combined model in distance learning and the classroom. HP has launched the latest educational service called HP School Coach in partnership with a leading learning and development company called Mirai Partners.

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The AI ​​tool collects diagnostic information, provides reading analysis, and suggests measures to increase literacy. Photo: Reuters

The tool is designed based on in-depth insights from school leaders, teachers, and senior management teams around the world to help an HP school coach in three pillars — a literacy educator, a digital pedagogy coach, and a school improvement coach.

The HP Literacy Coach, which bridges student literacy gaps, uses artificial intelligence and research to accurately assess a learner’s age-based reading and comprehension skills.

The AI ​​tool collects diagnostic information, provides reading analysis, and suggests measures to increase literacy. For the sake of improvement, it allows teachers to help students with on-demand courses. It can also diagnose children’s early literacy challenges, such as dyslexia, and suggest remedies.

The Digital Pedagogy Coach tool allows strategy to be tracked, giving administrators a dashboard view of progress as needed. As a result, each school has a unique and customized digital change strategy that includes assessment indicators and defined goals.

The School Improvement Coach monitors school performance based on insights, efficiency, and transparency. Technology enables effective monitoring within schools and the education system.

To provide an activity-based learning system based on inspiration, personalization, and engagement through video conferencing, HP has also launched HP Classeasy in collaboration with the Classera Director, a leading learning management system (LMS) and student information system (SIS).

Speaking about the release, Rajnish Gupta, Senior Vice President and PC Sales Director, Enterprise India, said: “With customizable dashboards for teachers and schools, these technologies enable easy and seamless tracking of progress.

Globally, HP AI tools have already been deployed in Finland, the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt, among other major markets. They are now being expanded to India to close the digital divide. Indian customers can try the solutions for free with demonstrations.

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