Since the start of COVID-19, the education sector’s digital transformation has accelerated, resulting in a paradigm shift in how technology is used to accelerate learning for a whole younger generation in new and participatory ways. Cuemath, global after-school math, and coding program for K-12 students have teamed up with Google for Education to help change teaching and learning.
Cuemath teachers and students will receive a Google for Education certificate as part of the cooperation. Students who complete a 12- to 18-month Cuemath curriculum will receive a Google CS First Creator Coder Certificate, while teachers will receive a Google Certified Educator Level 1 Certificate.
Cuemath is also undergoing curriculum improvement to keep up with its growing global impact. The organization has been successful in ensuring that all students use technology efficiently across the curriculum.
Students would be organically driven to continue with the program if additional features such as story-based concept films, interactive simulations, and fascinating whiteboard activities were included.
Speaking on the partnership, Manan Khurma, First Teacher and Founder & CEO of Cuemath said that Adaptive learning platforms, learning management systems, smart classroom solutions, and collaborative platforms are at the heart of Cuemath’s mission to help youngsters become natural mathematicians.
Students will benefit from the relationship with Google for Education because they will have the best opportunity to learn knowledge and develop capabilities that are focused on real-world skills. This step only increases our resolve and brings us closer to our goal of making every child an excellent math student by fostering their potential as intuitive, productive, and intelligent citizens of the future.
Level 1, Google Certified Educator, Level 2, Google for Education Certified Trainer, and Google for Education Certified Innovator are the four levels of certification offered by Google for Education to educators. To begin the certification process, teachers must pass the Level 1 exam, which requires 15 hours of study and activities, including a three-hour assessment.
Meanwhile, students enrolled in Cuemath’s coding school will be taught Google’s CS First curriculum. Students will learn collaboration and core coding concepts as they create their projects with easy-to-use lesson plans, tutorials, activities, and resources. Designed for students ages 9-14 of all interests and experience levels, students will learn collaboration and core coding concepts as they create their projects with easy-to-use lesson plans, tutorials, activities, and resources.
The Google for Education certificate for educators will not only assist Cuemath teachers in their professional development but will also let them engage more with their pupils via technology.
CS First lessons will ensure that every student has access to collaborative coding and technical abilities that will open doors in the classroom and beyond. Cuemath expects to expand to 5,000 students and over 100 professors by the end of the year, and more than 1000 pupils have already received certificates of completion.