SOLVY has appointed Alexei Beltyukov as its Chief Operating officer. The appointment gives Beltyukov another opportunity to help a new firm succeed in its business. His first major activity at the firm will be taking part at the Educator Day. The conference is a meeting point for teachers, administrators and tech coordinators. SOLVY fits well in this conference.
Alexie Beltyukov is a well establish proponent of education. He has been involved in several campaigns and charities aimed at promoting education to the less privileged members of the society. He believes education helps to broaden the horizons of students by joining an education minded firm like SOLVY, he believes his entrepreneurship skills will be directed to the right course.
Solvy has been drawing lots of attention from EdTech experts and educators since the firm was founded. Its visions and focus in its business field has enabled it to be included on BetaList’s “100 New Startups, Today’ and Launching Next’s ‘One of the World’s Most Promising Startups’. This is a clear indication that the firm is working hard to succeed.
SOLVY is an online platform that generates homework for students in high school. This platform generates assignments to students using parameters that are preset. It also allows high school teachers to create learning exercises and administer them to their students. SlideShare wrote that this platform is effective and saves teachers lots of time.
Unlike other online math assignment systems that allow students to submit answers inform of multiple choices, SOLVY platform has no multiple choices. The student is required to arrive at an answer and upload the answer and how he or she arrived at it. This means that the students will not just guess answers but rather take their time and work on the questions. This enables the students to grow as they practice and learn from their mistakes. Research shows that this method of administering assignments produces better student growth than multiple choices.
At his new position, Beltyukov believes his main duty is to make SOLVY.com a household name. To achieve this, he says the company will continue developing its system to ensure it simplifies the process of managing students outside class. SOLVY also want to ensure teachers can get quality feedback even when outside classroom.
SOLVY wants to development students’ math skills through use of real-life problems. This makes math relatable to the students’ lives and enables them to use multiples approaches to arrive at the correct solutions. The platform also gives students hints and feedback enabling full interaction with students. The teachers also don’t have to grade the students and the system will automatically do the grading of assignments given.
Alexie Beltyukov has been associated by a number of firms in the past. He helped pioneer Endemic Capital, A-Ventures, Mechanicus, and New Gas Technologies. He also sits on the Board of FORO Energy. Beltyukov holds an MBA from INSEAD Business School.