Oxford University Press yesterday launched Oxford Achievers, a web-based assessment programme.
Oxford Achiever, which caters to students of class I-VIII, was launched Hyderabad on Tuesday. Achiever aims to strengthen English language skills through practice and remediation in six core learning areas of listening, speaking, reading, writing, grammar, and vocabulary.
It was successfully used in Hong Kong and now customised in India. This is the first digital service in which OUP dictionary and Atlas App are included.
Oxford Achiever comprises 36 progressive levels of learning and assessment; placement tests for each class which automatically allocate the appropriate level in each skill for each student; objective-specific practice exercises that are finely graded into levels; immediate post-practice remediation and practice drills; practice reports and progress charts for students; and comprehensive reports for teachers to keep track of students’ progress and performance.
It is a total e-learning solution for effective Web-based teaching and learning and is characterised by effective knowledge building and management; immersive self-learning experiences; meaningful assessments for better learning outcomes; and closing the gap in learner abilities.