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As people are spending more time at home, Indian parents have become more involved in their children’s education. Most of the parents have somehow become teachers, and are looking for the right resources to teach their children. There are several EdTech apps that are supporting parents with in-depth explanations and the concepts related to their children’s syllabus and queries related to the same.

Here is a list of 5 apps that parents can refer to.

1. Brainly

Brainly is the world’s largest online learning platform that unites students, parents, and teachers across the world. Brainly has in place a Q&A platform where students and parents can connect with subject experts as well as fellow learners to strengthen their skills from math to Science, History, English, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Social Studies, Geography, Health, Arts, Business, Computers and Technology, and beyond. Brainly app is a reliable platform when it comes to the quality of explanations and solutions as these are ensured by a dedicated team of moderators who check all content on a daily basis. Brainly has more than 55 million monthly unique users in India.

2. Mathway

Mathway is an online app that helps its users find instant answers to their math problems. It requires users to post a picture of their question by using the camera and provides instant answers. It can be the go-to app for finding the solutions to practice basic Math/Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, Statistics and other complex calculations.

3. Byju’s

Byju’s is a reliable doubt clearing apps with an aim of making learning fun for students. It has recently introduced a new update to its Disney where parents can take part in learning activities. There is also a learning map that gives parents a visual representation of their child’s progress and capabilities. With “progress cards” to indicate tasks completed by their child and a “skills” section to display their strengths in different skills, this feature provides parents with much-needed insight into their child’s learning journey. The Parent-child activities feature offers fun activities that parents can engage in with their children to enhance their learning experience.

4. Dost Education

Dost education is a non-profit EduTech platform. It enables low-income parents to be able to give their children healthy early development. It uses technology to help parents teach their children. The users can do this through an audio-based curriculum. It provides a 24-week course which aims to train parents with kids from the age of 2-6 years.

5. Photomath

Photomath helps in solving complex math problems. Its learning process is extremely simple. It requires users to take a picture of a printed or handwritten question and it gives a step-by-step explanation on how to solve that query. It does not require any internet connection for equation-based problems. It covers basic Math/Pre-Algebra, arithmetic, integers, fractions, decimal numbers, powers, roots and algebra.

 

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