Flow India is an education and culture organization with a human-centered design focus.
We develop learning experiences that empower students with 21st century skills by making local cultural capital accessible and relevant to them.
We design programs and products for the learning ecosystem.
We create, implement and consult for cultural institutions and corporates.
We develop unique cultural experiences for individuals.
And we are making an exploratory transition to the immersive digital space.
Flow has worked with more than 100 educational institutions and over 25 cultural institutions in India reaching approximately 40,000+ children across twenty Indian cities.
More than 93% students have had a positive and valuable learning experience in our programmes.
He loved the trip. He liked the values of being kind, fair, truthful and hardworking. He wanted to know more about Gandhiji.. Rohaan wanted to understand why Gandhiji was shot, who did it, what were his reasons. We had a very interesting conversation, it was like 2 adults talking!
The programme has been age appropriate with hands-on activities that have enhanced childrens’ learning. The teachers found the content to be relevant and the delivery child-centric.
Museum classes were very useful and fruitful for all boys of class 7 and 8 in Mathematics. Learning math concepts with actual objects was easier than imagination. Children who were not very keen in the subjects were actively taking part in understanding the concepts. Children were able to easily interconnect the different disciplines and the learning was long lasting.
Aarush enjoyed the visit to Gandhi Smriti and the interactive, visual learning he got there. We should have similar programs to cover similar topics that bring value education via interactive learning.
The museum toolkit was designed keeping in mind the topics to be taught in class VII. It was a helping aid for us to teach the lesson. The visit to the museum was a learning experience for both us and the students. It gave us an interactive platform outside a classroom which is highly appreciated…