EdMojo aims to make the process of learning a happy experience for children. We want to rekindle the curiosity every child is born with and lead them to a path of continuous discovery and learning. Our process is aimed at encouraging the child to apply his knowledge thereby increasing the dept of their understanding while working on interesting open ended projects.

We work on multidisciplinary projects with secondary students, getting them to solve or explore real issues by applying their curricular knowledge. The process develops various skills like team work, leadership, creativity, resourcefulness and problem solving which are essential in 21st century. They are made to exhibit their solutions to an authentic audience to give them critical feedback and a sense of achievement. The experience transforms the students from being passive memorisers to active problem solvers.

We have systems in place in our school that ensure an overall development of child, But due to our constraints, we are unable to provide the required pratical application of what our kids are learning in class. Edmojo being a Project based learning workshop not only sharpens the child but also provides them with a variety of oppurtunities to explore while exposing them to pratical learning experience.

Mrs. Manisha Karekar,
Principal, Muljibhai Mehta International School, Virar

Any additional work for children is considered as a 'task', But with Edmojo the 'task' just turned into a fun learning and a confidence booster.

Ms. Jyotsna Kerkar,
HM, Muljibhai Mehta International School, Virar

Working in a team was fun and I learnt so much from my friends. I had never thought about the concepts in so much detail before. I would love to work on more such projects.

Shaunak,
Student, Muljibhai Mehta International School, Virar

Working with underprivieged children has it's own challenges. When vinit shared this idea, I was like, why not? And the outcome made me beleieve that every child can excel if provided with right method of learning and opportunities.

Manali Parekh,
Founder, The Candle Project Foundation