Learning should never be limited to just school. Higher education can be pursued through college or along with work too. Stylus is the best k12 learning solutions carefully curates structured courses that will help a learner enhance his or her overall learning experience. Each subject and course have pre-defined learning objectives for topics. The purpose of these books is to encourage learning while also creating stronger teacher-student communication.
At Stylus, our courseware has a well-defined curriculum, thus providing clarity on each of the topics and increasing the level of complexity with each course. While creating these books, the team works along with experienced teachers and subject matter experts (SMEs) only to ensure that the content in the courseware is technically correct and well-suited for its target audience. The course content is inclusive of current trends and data that is also light, fun and interesting, all while being comprehensible to the learner.
Each course is well-designed to combine interesting layouts and activities to ensure optimum engagement from the learners. Learner-friendly titles along with engaging infographics, illustrations and sketches are some elements apart from the content that enhances the learner’s experience. There is also a notes page allotted for learners to take notes or jot down ideas. Some of these books also contain model questionnaires for learners to get a feel of the exams.
For ease of understanding, the books also contain examples, analogies and scenarios to make a concept simpler for the learners. These courses can be conducted in a live classroom or online, or via computer-based training (CBT) and interactive courseware (ICW). While developing these, Stylus takes into consideration the other factors, such as medium of presentation, access to resources, target audience, geographic location, duration and session time.
The courseware is created to engage the learners and to do so our content is usually written in a thought-provoking manner that encourages reflection.