Mr. Sudhir Krishnan leads one of the best schools in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India. Consistent and structured use of Tabbie has not only improved Math skill but also his student’s comprehension skill. He has worked extensively on Metacognition Facilitated Learning & enhancing student achievement.
Mrs. Shali Nair talks about how her teachers have managed students online exposure by converting part of unproductive online time to productive time using Tabbie efficiently. Through this process, Mrs. Shali and team have demonstrated to parents how they are addressing learning gaps through effective use of Tabbie and improving proficiency in the subject.
Mr. Thomas Mathew leads one of the largest schools in the Middle East. He talks about how his confidence in Tabbie has grown over the last two years, especially the continuous impact that Tabbie has delivered for this school and why he considers this a long-term partnership.
Ms. Lalitha Suresh Principal of GEMS Our Own Indian School, Dubai talks about how the school has used TabbieMath since 2019 to consistently improve student attainment levels.
Mr. Murugan is keen to ensure that his students graduate with excellent life skills along with strong academics. He talks about how Tabbie has not only improved proficiency levels but also provides his team with adequate benchmark data.
Ms. Jayaprabha Pradeep is one of the most experienced Principal’s in Kerala. She took a bold step in implementing Tabbie in 2019 and explains how her decision has paid off in consistently improving Maths proficiency and parent engagement at her school.
Ms. Sheeba Jojo is an eclectic leader. She is a proud alumna of the very school she is the Vice Principal. Ms. Sheeba has a doctorate on e-Learning Methodologies and talks about how Tabbie has listened to feedback from OOD, delivered on promises and built a strong relationship based on the trust, efficacy, resilience, and superior engagement.
Ms. Ruqsana Potla has been Head of the Department and Coordinator for Mathematics in the Primary, for the last one decade and has unlimited energy when it comes to Math. Ms. Ruqsana appreciates that Tabbie delivers content that connect Math to real life applications, taking students further away from rote learning. She also talks about results and excitement from parents due to improvements OOD and Tabbie have jointly delivered.
Our school parents wanted us to device a simple process to identify learning gaps at each grade, due to the extended online learning periods. Ms Ruqsana talks about superiority and efficacy of Tabbie’s personalised and adaptive Diagnostic Assessment and Program Assessment.
Ms. Sindhu Suresh and team speak about how they have integrated Tabbie into their Annual Curriculum Plan. Teachers speak about how parents are finding Tabbie engaging and effective.
Principal Ms. Abhilasha Singh speaks about how Tabbie delivers exceptional content and services. SSIS was recently recognised by Climate Action Project in collaboration with World Wildlife Fund and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
Vice Principal Ms. Sindhu Padmanabhan is a two times GEMS Teacher Award champion. Ms. Sindu speaks about finding the perfect solution in TabbieMath to make learning of Mathematics popular, student friendly, easy and effective.
Ms. Sajna Santosh was recently promoted as Head of Curriculum & Assessment. She speaks about how TabbieMath has evolved as their preferred teaching and assessment platform over the last 3 years.
NEP2020 has redefined assessment. Abraham Prakash SVP Academic Affairs at Tabbie talks about how Tabbie's state of art content delivery framework will give our school partners significant competitive edge.
Accurate learning insights at an individual learner level is at the core of our product DNA. This allows us to support our school partners and parents to bring the best out of each individual learner.
Research & Academic Articles
Competency-based education for CBSE Item bank: Maths class 10 September 2021.
IA bank of resources has been created to support teachers to develop and administer end-of class tests. These resources should be used together. You can view and download the following resources from CBSE website. This document is a compilation of the sample items for maths class 10. There are 100 items.
Competency-based education for CBSE Item Bank: Maths Class 9 September 2021.
IA bank of resources has been created to support teachers to develop and administer end-of class tests. These resources should be used together. You can view and download the following resources from CBSE website. This document is a compilation of the sample items for maths class 8. There are 81 items.
Competency-based education for CBSE Item Bank: Maths Class 9 September 2021.
IA bank of resources has been created to support teachers to develop and administer end-of class tests. These resources should be used together. You can view and download the following resources from CBSE website. This document is a compilation of the sample items for Maths class 9. There are 112 items.
KHDA School Inspection Supplement.
The quality of education in Dubai private schools is improving. There have been significant improvements in schools that are judged as good or better, and an increase in the number of students who attend these schools. However, key challenges remain for schools that provide less than good education.
Learning Outcomes at the Secondary Stage.
Children learn in a variety of ways such as listening, reading, playing, interacting and doing. This learning leads to change in their behaviour. This change, when observed and assessed, is often termed as learning outcome. The very process of learning which leads to development of competencies, is continuous and spiral. It does not happen in a linear fashion.
British Council: A suggested assessment framework for CBSE Science, Mathematics and English for classes 6 to 10.
This document sets out the approach we have taken to the design of the assessment specifications for the CBSE end of class tests and how the documents produced can be used by CBSE and teachers to create tests which meet the demands of the relevant aspects of the NCERT curriculum and CBSE syllabuses.
UK NARIC: Report - Assessment for Competency Based Education at Standard X.
Competency-based education within the context of languages is best articulated in the Council of Europe's Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, the CEFR¹. Proficiency is described on a six point scale which provide statements of what a language user can do at each of the levels: A1 (Breakthrough), A2 (Waystage), B1 (Threshold), B2 (Vantage), C1 (Advanced), C2 (Mastery).
UK NARIC: Summary of Final Report - Assessment for Competency Based Education at Standard X.
UK NARIC has been commissioned by the British Council in India to conduct the first stage in a four-phase project, aiming to strengthen the provision for competency-based education (CBE) in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Standard X in India. The first and current stage is to review and evaluate the CBSE Standard X examination system, focusing on Standard X provision in math's,
Common Core State Standards for Preparing America's Students for College & Career.
The Common Core concentrates on a clear set of math skills and concepts. Students will learn concepts in a more organized way both during the school year and across grades. The standards encourage students to solve real-world problems.
California Common Core State Standards Mathematics.
All students need a high-quality mathematics program designed to prepare them to graduate from high school ready for college and careers. In support of this goal, California adopted the California Common Core State Standards: Mathematics (CA CCSSM) in August 2010.
Alternative Academic Calendar by NCERT, Competency Based Education (CBE) and Role of Principal in its implementation.
The wide-ranging impact of COVID-19 pandemic is changing many things, including the way we do school education. We have been forced to rethink on the present system of an almost complete reliance of school education
Assessment and Evaluation Practices of the Board for the Session 2021-22.
In order to move towards Competency Based Education (CBE), the Board vide Circular No. Acad-05/2019 dated 18.01.2019 had asked schools to adopt NCERT Learning Outcomes; made corresponding changes in the Examination and Assessment practices for the year 2019-20 vide Circular No
Learning Outcomes at the Elementary Stage.
The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act (RTE), 2009 entitles every child in the age group of 6–14 years to quality education. Quality improvement in education focuses on the all-round development of learners. The Preamble of the 'Learning Outcomes at Elementary Stage' document of NCERT
Special Scheme of Assessment for Board Examination Classes X and XII for the Session 2021-22.
COVID 19 pandemic caused almost all CBSE schools to function in a virtual mode for most part of the academic session of 2020-21. Due to the extreme risk associated with the conduct of Board examinations during the second wave in April 2021
Competency Based Education (CBE) and Role of Principal in its implementation.
The wide-ranging impact of COVID-19 pandemic is changing many things, including the way we do school education. We have been forced to rethink on the present system of an almost complete reliance of school education on prescribed textbooks, to instead make all out efforts to replace
Strengthening Assessment and Evaluation Practices of The Board.
Competency Based Education (CBE) is an outcome based approach to schooling, where attainment of goals takes priority. Learning Outcomes (LOs) are defined in terms of competencies and capacities, which students acquire and demonstrate at the end of instructional programme.In CBE, explicitly defined learning outcomes
Achieving Learning Outcomes - CBSE.
With an aim to begin working towards the objectives of National Education Policy 2020, Central Board of Secondary Education is delighted to share 'Teachers' Resource for Achieving Learning Outcomes’. This document is a resource for teachers to help them incorporate Learning Outcomes in their day-to-day teaching and learning with students.
Assessment and Evaluation Practices - Session 2021-22
In order to move towards Competency Based Education (CBE), the Board had asked schools to adopt NCERT Learning Outcomes; made corresponding changes in the Examination and Assessment practices for 2019-20 and 2020-21; and supported schools and teachers through online capacity building programmes under this specific theme for the year 2020.
CBSE and British Council Assessment.
The new assessment framework has been launched as part of the British Council - CBSE Competency based Education Project that aims to shift focus from rote learning to competency-based learning. New competency-based assessment framework aims at enabling internationalised, high quality education for improved learner outcomes, and will support teachers to create high quality
Scheme of Assessment for Board Examination.
COVID 19 pandemic caused almost all CBSE schools to function in a virtual mode for most part of the academic session of 2020-21. Due to the extreme risk associated with the conduct of Board examinations during the second wave in April 2021, CBSE had to cancel both its class X and XII Board examinations of the year 2021 and results are to be declared on the basis of a credible