Schools across India are transitioning to hybrid models of operating systems. To meet this emerging need, Macmillan has developed and an integrated solution called Altura – Advancing Learning and Teaching Using Resources and Assessments.

Altura is an integrated blended learning solution, designed to take schools to the next level of performance. It includes a learning management system with multimedia resources, assessments, print textbooks and workbooks. Altura covers all core subjects for grades 1 to 5 and is aligned to National Education Policy 2020.

Built on a unique cyclic ‘4A model of Assessment and Remediation’ Altura harnesses technology to support students through recommendation and remediation, to set forth on personalized learning paths. It provides seamless communication between all stakeholders of schooling through apps for teachers, parents and students. Built in partnership with Foundation for Innovation and Technology Transfer (FITT), IIT Delhi, Altura aims to develop 21st century skills of creativity and innovation in young learners, through project based learning and cross- curricular resources. It is a tool for seamless management of learning resources, assessments, and can be used in both offline and online mode.

Altura works seamlessly across PCs, Laptops, Tablets, & Smartphone and on both IOs & Android

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