Education in itself is the end and the means towards that end. However, all across the world, the way education is perceived and understood needs to be restructured and reframed. Content based learning from the Industrial era has made grades, evaluations and standardization the norm. On the other hand, advancements in technology have led to enormous opportunities and possibilities to override the existing industrial era barriers.
Currently, there is a wide spread perception that technology in the form of tablets and devices can somehow transform education. Technology is a very useful and potent tool but can reach its true potential only when content based learning coupled with evaluation, grading and standardization is replaced with contextualized, individualized, autobiographical perspectives in learning.
Redesigned Learning at project AJAHN provides multiple possibilities for every child to reach their own potential suitable to their cultural, economic and social context.