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Learning is multi-dimensional, today's edtech is not

Most edtech efficacy studies build on learning outcome gains for 5%, most motivated and cognitively aligned learners*, seldom documenting and addressing multi-dimensional learning concerns of the other 95% learners.

 

With Radics we aim to change this.
 

Radics is an applied learning sciences lab and L&D solutions workshop that's committed to demystifying the complex and dynamic nature of human learning, and support cognitive, affective, metacognitive and social development of all learners at various life stages.

The 5% Problem in EdTech efficacy research

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Introducing
Radics Flow 
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Radics Flow is a generative AI assistant that helps young learners (9+) develop better metacognition and self-regulation in order to master challenging STEM concepts.

Designed to work with K12 teachers and life skill coaches, Flow brings the best of cognitive, behavioural and pedagogical sciences together to enable development of durable learning skills.

Our Solution Approach

Key Offerings

Holistic Assessments

Deliver progressive assessments that uncover the dynamic nature of learning and explain both cognitive and non-cognitive factors that enable student success

Teacher Assistance

Ensure active engagement and seamless technology adoption by educators through workshops, teacher tools and in- class assistance

Multimodal AI-Chat LMS

Make learning conversational with a powerful chat interface powered by generative AI, while collecting and processing inputs in voice, text and image formats

Collaborative Research

Collaborate with some of the brightest minds from academia to design innovative education programs that benefit from multi-dimensional edtech, and push the boundaries of applied learning sciences

Success Stories
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Diginitas Project

Dignitas drives impactful collaboration among their partner teachers and school leaders through school and institutional  learning analytics.

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Learning Links

Learning Links Foundation delivers multilingual, chat-driven assessments to power their foundational literacy and numeracy programs.

Teach For India

TFI Delhi fellows and program staff leverage assessments of self-regulated learning competencies to improve math outcomes.

Explore our solutions for your school or organization,

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Research

Rooted in Research

Assessing and Enabling Self-Regulated Learning for Better Math Outcomes

A multilateral, mixed-methods, primary research  study to find cost-effective ways to measure SRL as a means to design better math interventions in under-resourced schools.

Exploring the Dynamics of Judgment of Learning in Middle School Mathematics

A secondary research paper exploring the dynamics of student judgement of learning (JoL) on middle school math outcomes, building on our maiden SRL study.

Our Journey

2020-21

In response to the first COVID19 wave and subsequent school lockdowns, our first at-scale implementation of intelligent, chat-based learning assistants was realized in collaboration with a rural district in western India. Designed to deliver personalized video lessons and assessments, and relay student grievances, the telegram and Google BERT language model based multilingual solution ensured continued daily teaching-learning support for 15K+ teachers and 140K+ students.

2021-22

Building on the non-consumer teacher-learner behaviour of using chat as a primary medium of content discovery, dissemination and communication, we open sourced the Radics AI-chat LMS, built WhatsApp API integrations and reached another 100K+ students through B2B engagements with education non-profits in India.

These advances, coupled with the idea of building vectorized knowledge bases that would enable small language models to offer actionable performance improvement advice to students helped us win the promising innovation prize at MIT Solve-Jacobs Foundation conference.

Additionally, 2021 also brought us  to zoom out and take on large scale, systemic concerns in digital transformation of public school systems as we partnered with the World Bank to conduct secondary EdTech research for a regional government in North-East India. The key outcome of this study was a reference architecture for a state-wide digital learning and education management system aligned with India's National Digital Education Architecture (NDEAR) initiative. 

2022-23

We applied our MITSolve-Jacobs Foundation grant to examine a key learning concern in depth - how do we explain learner variability in math performance? This question led us to collaborate with four Jacobs LEAP fellows from Harvard Graduate School of Education, UZurich and IDInsight, and conduct a feasibility study with 745 students from India and Kenya to model self-regulated learning and metacognition skills of 8-14 year old math learners. This study informs the current design of Radics Flow and Radics Flow API, and paves the way for our long-term investments in leveraging generative AI to  boost teacher productivity and unlock learner potential.

Also, continuing our commitment to public school systems and open knowledge bases, we mapped and open sourced FLN focussed sequenced learning outcomes and an IRT (item response theory) verified question bank to help early childhood educators meet the objectives of India's FLN mission - NIPUN.

2023-30

Early 2023, we entered the finals of the Learning Engineering Tools competition, making it to top 60 of the 1000+ global submissions. A strong validation of our mission and solution approach, being an LET finalist solidified our commitment to responsibly leveraging  AI in education and connected us to a global community of learning engineers, designers and researchers. This has also provided us an opportunity to close education research-practice gap in our target school contexts by investing in widely accepted research methods and active stakeholder participation.

Over the next seven years we will continue to explore what lies at the intersection of learning sciences, technology and human-centered design, as we bring Radics to demystify the complex and dynamic nature of learning, and support human learning in it's full depth.

For Solutions and Partnerships

We are open to work with and for learners of all age groups.  If you'd like to leverage our solutions or collaborate with us for research projects, please schedule a meeting:

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For Careers

We are a small team based out of Bengaluru with pilots across India.

Join our mailing list for open positions or write to us with your cv at careers@radics.org

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