OUP launches 'My Learning Train'

Kolkata, Nov 22 : Oxford University Press (OUP) on Friday launched 'My Learning Train', a new enhanced and interactive way of learning for children of LKG and UKG, at the Teachers' Participative and Experimentation Programme in Kolkata.

Teachers from over 144 schools in Kolkata participated in the event.

The unique pre-school series is a result of wish lists of teachers with whom the author Sonia Relia has interacted trained and engaged over the years in her programs.

Each book in this series is also supported by a parents' and teachers' handbook as well as flashcards and audio-visual aids.

Teachers will relate to the book's hands-on learning activities created by using readily available resources.

The companion CD-ROM provides integrated support to the course book.

Detailed and comprehensive activity videos, appealing rhymes and absorbing stories are provided in the E-book.

Commenting on the launch Sonia Relia, Author, My Learning Train, Oxford University Press said, "I'm delighted to launch this program at this platform in Kolkata, this book will positively induce students to engage in interesting worksheets and find solutions to their queries. I would like to urge all parents to try out this fun and interactive way of learning for their children."

Ranjan Kaul, Managing Director, Oxford University Press India said, "As a department of the University of Oxford, we are committed to high-quality publishing that upholds the advancement of education, research, and scholarship. My Learning Train, built on our tradition of educational publishing excellence, is a move towards expanding the learning horizons of children in their formative years. Oxford is a brand that people trust and I am confident that My Learning Train will further the Press's mission of education in the pre-school market segment."

--IBNS (Posted on 23-11-2013)

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