Meet Mai. The world’s first Intelligent Parenting Companion.

Meet Mai. The world’s first Intelligent Parenting Companion.

“It takes a village to raise a child.”

– African Proverb

The knowledge and expertise of parenting shared by elders, experts and community is a valuable resource for any young parent. With the right guidance, parents can ensure healthy development of their child’s skills.

 

Young parents often access online resources for such knowledge, however such resources are generic and not tailor-made for your child.  Now imagine an intelligent parenting companion who first talks to you and understands your child, then guides you with scientifically-designed daily steps to grow your child’s key skills.

 

This is Mai, the world’s first AI for parenting. Unlocking your child’s potential is sure with Mai, and you can track it every day.

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Make parents your partners to raise Academic Results

Make parents your partners to raise Academic Results

60 days, 44% improvement in marks. See case study below.

Parent as Tutor is a platform which brings family support closer to education by turning parents into partners. This scientifically designed platform greatly improves the child’s ability to grasp academic concepts, and boosts a child’s confidence in his/her capabilities without changing the academic curriculum or methods of the school. The parents become skill tutors, requiring no technical knowledge.

 

This is done, by creating clear roles – The school is in-charge of teaching the student academic concepts and overall academic growth, while the parent supports these efforts by training the child in skills, with simple daily games and activities.

Green Country Public School, 2017

4

Classrooms of Student impacted

5

Different growth indicators measured

44%

Improvement in marks

“We are very pleased with the growth seen in the students, on multiple improvement areas. The positive feedback from the parents has reinforced our desire to make parents our partners in the journey of a student’s academic development.”

Mr. Allan Mathew

Principal, Green Country Public School

Child Case Study- 1

Name of Child - Ravi

Gender - Male

Age - 14yrs 1 month

Class & Section - IX B

School - Amara Jyothi Public School

Name of Parent - Jyothi

*Note: All names shown have been changed to respect the privacy of the student and the parent.

The child would not ask for help, or ask questions to clarify doubts within the family and at school. E.g.: On family trips, would not ask for food even when hungry. When asked to do some work, child always insisted that the mother do it instead. If the child was asked to do something he did not like, or stopped from doing something he liked, he would start crying for every issue. E.g.: If asked to study, or not watch TV. This problem affected the child’s development as he lacked the confidence in his abilities, which affected his academic performance.

Focus Areas

The first P.A.T. assessment threw light on key areas to develop:

(a) Develop skills and learn different methods to manage emotions and

(b) Develop skills to seek help from the right people while learning to manage emotions.

 

Growth activity: The immediate goal of the activity was to improve the child’s Exam Confidence levels due to the exams approaching in a couple of weeks.

 

Activity Name: Teach to Learn

 

Description: Each day, the parent asks the child teach them one subject that was taught in school. The parent was given tips on how to listen and learn like a student and how to encourage the child to get into the role of the teacher.

 

Duration: 15 minutes daily, for 15 days.

Results

As observed by the parents, the child overcame emotional challenges. Also, the activity enabled the parent to listen to him, which was a great boost to the child’s confidence. Now, the child asks for help and also clarifies doubts; when the child needs something, he now takes initiative and listens to parents when asked to do something. The 2 under-developed growth indicators were re-assessed and showed a positive growth.

Child Case Study- 2

Name of Child - Anna

Gender - Female

Age - 14yrs 10 month

Class & Section - IX B

School - Amara Jyothi Public School

Name of Parent - Richard

*Note: All names shown have been changed to respect the privacy of the student and the parent.

The child would react with extreme irritation to the parent’s comments and complaints. The child would not communicate much with the parent or share. Eg: The parent would ask the child to talk about what book she is reading, and she would refuse to. The child would give up half way when answering tough questions in exams, which required using analytical skills.

Focus Areas

The first P.A.T. assessment showed that the child needed to develop analytical skills in social and academic domains.

 

Growth activity: To objective of the activity was to improve the child’s Exam Confidence levels due to the exams approaching in a couple of weeks.

 

Activity Name: Discover New Roads

 

Description: The parent along with the child makes a list of the different topics/subjects which the child has to study. Together they list down different methods of studying each topic, one topic per day. Eg: Reading aloud and writing, using flash cards, etc. The parent is given tips on how they should not criticize methods suggested by the child, and how they can encourage the child to implement the methods.

 

Duration: 15 minutes daily, for 5 days.

Results

The child began to discuss things with the parent and explain the reasoning behind any behaviour when the parent would comment or complain. The parent also learnt to not overly criticize but also appreciate positive things done by the child, especially when the child makes an effort to share her day or things she did. The parent felt that the child has learnt how to behave with parents now, and is more communicative and less irritable and began showing signs of willingness to work on difficult questions which require analytical thinking. The 2 under-developed growth indicators were re-assessed and showed a positive growth.

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“It takes a village to raise a child.”

“It takes a village to raise a child.”

– African Proverb

– African Proverb

The knowledge and expertise of parenting shared by elders, experts and community is a valuable resource for any young parent. With the right guidance, parents can ensure healthy development of their child’s skills.

 

Young parents often access online resources for such knowledge, however such resources are generic and not tailor-made for your child.  Now imagine an intelligent parenting companion who first talks to you and understands your child, then guides you with scientifically-designed daily steps to grow your child’s key skills.

 

This is Mai, the world’s first AI for parenting. Unlocking your child’s potential is sure with Mai, and you can track it every day.

Make parents your partners to raise Academic Results

Make parents your partners to raise Academic Results

Parent as Tutor is a platform which brings family support closer to education by turning parents into partners. This scientifically designed platform greatly improves the child’s ability to grasp academic concepts, and boosts a child’s confidence in his/her capabilities without changing the academic curriculum or methods of the school. The parents become skill tutors, requiring no technical knowledge.

 

This is done, by creating clear roles – The school is in-charge of teaching the student academic concepts and overall academic growth, while the parent supports these efforts by training the child in skills, with simple daily games and activities.

Green Country Public School, 2017

“We are very pleased with the growth seen in the students, on multiple improvement areas. The positive feedback from the parents has reinforced our desire to make parents our partners in the journey of a student’s academic development.”

Child Case Study- 1

Name of Child - Ravi

Gender - Male

Age - 14yrs 1 month

Class & Section - IX B

School - Amara Jyothi Public School

Name of Parent - Jyothi

Child Case Study- 2

Name of Child - Anna

Gender - Female

Age - 14yrs 10 month

Class & Section - IX B

School - Amara Jyothi Public School

Name of Parent - Richard

*Note: All names shown have been changed to respect the privacy of the student and the parent.

© 2017.  Parentof Solutions Pvt. Ltd.  All Rights Reserved. | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy

© 2017.  Parentof Solutions Pvt. Ltd.  All Rights Reserved. | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy

“It takes a village to raise a child.”

– African Proverb

Make parents your partners to raise Academic Results

Make parents your partners to raise Academic Results

Case studies

Meet Mai. The world’s first Intelligent Parenting Companion.

Meet Mai. The world’s first Intelligent Parenting Companion.

“It takes a village to raise a child.”

– African Proverb

Make parents your partners to raise Academic Results

Make parents your partners to raise Academic Results

Case Studies

Name of Child - Ravi

Age - 14yrs 1 month

Gender - Male

Class & Section - IX B

School - Amara Jyothi Public School

Name of Parent - Jyothi

The child would not ask for help, or ask questions to clarify doubts within the family and at school. E.g.: On family trips, would not ask for food even when hungry. When asked to do some work, child always insisted that the mother do it instead. If the child was asked to do something he did not like, or stopped from doing something he liked, he would start crying for every issue. E.g.: If asked to study, or not watch TV. This problem affected the child’s development as he lacked the confidence in his abilities, which affected his academic performance.

The first P.A.T. assessment threw light on key areas to develop:

(a) Develop skills and learn different methods to manage emotions and

(b) Develop skills to seek help from the right people while learning to manage emotions.

 

Growth activity: The immediate goal of the activity was to improve the child’s Exam Confidence levels due to the exams approaching in a couple of weeks.

 

Activity Name: Teach to Learn

 

Description: Each day, the parent asks the child teach them one subject that was taught in school. The parent was given tips on how to listen and learn like a student and how to encourage the child to get into the role of the teacher.

 

Duration: 15 minutes daily, for 15 days.

As observed by the parents, the child overcame emotional challenges. Also, the activity enabled the parent to listen to him, which was a great boost to the child’s confidence. Now, the child asks for help and also clarifies doubts; when the child needs something, he now takes initiative and listens to parents when asked to do something. The 2 under-developed growth indicators were re-assessed and showed a positive growth.

Name of Child - Anna

Gender - Female

Age - 14yrs 10 month

Class & Section - IX B

School - Amara Jyothi Public School

Name of Parent - Richard

The child would react with extreme irritation to the parent’s comments and complaints. The child would not communicate much with the parent or share. Eg: The parent would ask the child to talk about what book she is reading, and she would refuse to. The child would give up half way when answering tough questions in exams, which required using analytical skills.

The first P.A.T. assessment showed that the child needed to develop analytical skills in social and academic domains.

 

Growth activity: To objective of the activity was to improve the child’s Exam Confidence levels due to the exams approaching in a couple of weeks.

 

Activity Name: Discover New Roads

 

Description: The parent along with the child makes a list of the different topics/subjects which the child has to study. Together they list down different methods of studying each topic, one topic per day. Eg: Reading aloud and writing, using flash cards, etc. The parent is given tips on how they should not criticize methods suggested by the child, and how they can encourage the child to implement the methods.

 

Duration: 15 minutes daily, for 5 days.

The child began to discuss things with the parent and explain the reasoning behind any behaviour when the parent would comment or complain. The parent also learnt to not overly criticize but also appreciate positive things done by the child, especially when the child makes an effort to share her day or things she did. The parent felt that the child has learnt how to behave with parents now, and is more communicative and less irritable and began showing signs of willingness to work on difficult questions which require analytical thinking. The 2 under-developed growth indicators were re-assessed and showed a positive growth.

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